Jb Skedio P/L
In seeking a relevance and an identity in a historical context, the ability to define ones place in time is what distinguishes people from one generation to the next. Our pursuit of a contemporary style is how we define our identity and mark our place in history. This practice strives for contemporary and progressive architecture and believes that we should never duplicate, but draw from past architectural styles. By imitating the past we only discredit the present and forfeit our opportunity to shape the future.
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This new house was built in a bush setting on a large steep site with many established and protected trees. The house was designed to fit between the trees and preserve the environment with minimum impact.
Ascot Vale, 2005
This renovation in tucked in behind the existing victorian semi detached dwelling and was intended to produce light sunny spaces into the living areas of the house.
This project is built on a steep site backing onto a steady flowing creek and natural bush setting. By providing the living spaces up stairs and the bedrooms downstairs we take full advantage of the wonderful views.