panovscott was founded in 2012 by Anita Panov and Andrew Scott in order to make propositions within the field of architecture, landscape and urban design. Social, environmental and fiscal responsibility frame our endeavours as we seek to define objects of lucid beauty that will offer a heightened experience of place. This has allowed the establishment of a professional practice that holds at its core a curated collaborative design process.
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‘Terrific house, though. Lean and soft. The infinite moods and variations of the Sydney terrace.’ Elizabeth Farrelly June 28 2012 http://www.leflaneur.mobi/ ______________________________________________________________________ ‘..one emerges into a broader, brighter space embraced by the landscape outside to create the perfect balance of refuge and prospect.’ Paul McGillick, Habitus 18 ______________________________________________________________________ The house is like those sandstone escarpments on the water, what we imagine as the first of Sydney’s homes. The outside all rough and making evident the passing of wind, rain and time, whilst the inside is smooth and polished and offering sanctuary.
‘Here, I was being shifted and turned by subtle architectural variations, which made the spaces feel generous and engaging. … If better relationships between people can really be facilitated through architecture, then this house has the potential to do just that.’ David Welsh, Houses Magazine 96 ______________________________________________________________________ ‘The use of materials inside and out is delightfully, gently restrained, helping create a sense of tranquility, space and warmth in a very tight space.’ Trisha Croaker, From the Drawing Board, 16 February 2014 ______________________________________________________________________ The aspiration for this project was large, extremes of cost, time and size were matched by those of trust, curiosity and sophistication in our conversations with client, builder and council. As a result the collective offering is a wonderful place to live.