Melocco & Moore Architects
Melocco and Moore are aa award winning design-based practice . The company was formed in 1993 and completed projects include community centres, sporting facilities, child care centres, single and multiple housing projects and residential alterations and additions. The company has won a number of awards for this work. The Directors, David Melocco and Phil Moore are committed to the concept of creating fine, timeless but contemporary architecture. They also believe that the design solution to every building is to be found within each client’s brief and aspirations and is specific to the project.
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The Balmain House site terraces down from the street to meet the harbour. It has extensive views over Goat Island and towards the Harbour Bridge. The existing Victorian villa, constructed in 1883, was of modest but elegant proportions. It had been designed with the main fa
The Kirribilli House project involved the renovation of an existing heritage-listed 1906 residence for a young and growing family. Problems including a lack of privacy from large adjoining apartments, poor connections between internal and external areas and a need for additional living and sleeping areas, were resolved by the addition of new three-storey pavilion. Located in a portion of the adjacent garden, the new contemporary styled pavilion stitched together four disparate levels of the residence. Major refurbishments were undertaken to all parts of the building to create a seamless, sophisticated and comfortable home.
Coopers Peak Apartments
Bellevue Hill, 2011
The Bellevue Hill Apartments residential development, Coopers Peak, is sited on a triangular shaped corner site in Bellevue Hill and is an amalgamation of 4 residential lots. The development is organised in three distinct pavilions of nine apartments with each apartment occupying an entire floor alone. The three pavilions are sited within abundantly landscaped gardens of both a private and common nature. With strongly articulated face brick bases, lightweight upper levels and broad eaves, each pavilion presents to the street as a large house rather than as a block of apartments.