Husk architecture | interiors is a small design focused practice based in Newcastle. Our architecture is crafted to suit individual site and project requirements, while promoting sustainable lifestyles and reducing our impact on the environment. From small additions to new homes and interior fit-outs, we provide quality innovative architecture solutions to suit your brief and budget. We believe in working closely with our clients on all our projects. Our collaborative design process, after hours meetings and regular project updates deliver a personalised service to suit your needs. Our portfolio ranges from small residential alterations and additions to bespoke homes and interior fit-outs.
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A contemporary addition to a 50’s brick bungalow on a sloping suburban site. The new addition houses the master bedroom and ensuite, kitchen, living and dining area, and an outdoor entertaining space.
Competition Entry, 2009
This design of a three bedroom home utilises passive solar principles, low embodied energy, recycled and renewable materials. The house harvests its own water and power, recycles grey water and includes a permaculture garden, enabling the occupants to produce their own food . Strong environmental and design strategies result in a spacious building with a modest total floor area of 135 square metres over 2 levels. The design enables the occupants to engage with the surounding environment by providing direct access to a private outdoor space from every room inside the house. These outdoor spaces create a sense of openess and provide natural light and ventilation, improving the building’s efficiency.
Hamilton, NSW, N/A
This project is a two storey addition on a compact inner-city block. A small courtyard, located between the existing cottage and the new extension, improves natural light and cross-ventilation to the existing building. The existing living area is converted into a new kitchen, while the new extension houses new living spaces, bathroom and laundry on the ground floor and, main bedroom and ensuite above. A raised timber outdoor living area maximises the usability of the backyard.