W y n n u m  H o u s e  R e n o v a t i o n

Pre-War Queenslander

Architecture | Interior Design | Landscape Design

Project Summary

The Wynnum House project involved an existing pre-war Queenslander constructed in 1915. With a limited block size, the proposal involves lifting the Queenslander up, pushing it closer to the front boundary, building underneath and extending it to the rear. The proposed design features a magnificent double height void patio. Open plan living and large bi-fold doors maximise the space. This previous 2-bedroom cottage is now a sizable 4-bedroom home with a rumpus and 2.5 bathrooms.

The front elevation of the Queenslander is  proposed to be painted a clean white colour in constrast the dark ground floor entry. The result is the perfect juxtaposition of modern design and traditional pre-war Queenslander home. The rear features a beautiful warm palette of materials of white weatherboard, which speaks to the Queenslander style, and timber framed windows and timber cladded features. The kitchen features a timeless marble stone island bench, and the dining room features a double height void.


The Architectural Concept – Floor Plans

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