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North Melbourne Terrace: An Single-Story Victorian Terrace House with A Double Volume Alteration and Addition

Located in North Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, North Melbourne Terrace is a completed project of an existing single-story Victorian terrace house with a double volume alteration and addition. Eldridge Anderson respond to the existing building with new additions and opening up the enclosed spaces. While the double-height volume links upper and lower levers, allowing sunlight to come to the living space.

North Shore Pavilion: An Inclusive Public Pavilion with Seven Key Design Strategies

North Shore Pavilion is a 2017 completed project by Anna O’Gorman Architect for Economic Development Queensland (EDQ). It is an inclusive public pavilion that constructed and designed in just 14 months, bridging the future and past of the site. The challenge of this project is to create a contemporary, human-oriented space. Seven key design strategies are also developed to maximize civic engagement.

Jan Juc Studio: A Large Deck Space with A Series of Sliding Doors and Exploration of Structural Clarity

Working together with Surfcoast Constructions, Eldridge Anderson explores ideas related to structural clarity and enclosure through this under-construction project. Jan Juc Studio is located in Jan Juc, Victoria, Australia and it is envisaged as a large deck space that floats gently across the undulating site. It has a series of sliding doors with a continued exploration of structural clarity.

Torquay House: A Modern House with A Linear Floor Plan and Wide-Ranging Coastal Views

Located on the front esplanade in Torquay, Victoria, Australia, Torquay House is designed to respond to the streetscape with a sharp edge to the onshore winds and esplanade. This modern house has wide-ranging coastal views over Fishermans Beach, Point Danger, and the ocean horizon with a linear floor plan that stretches through the defined structural grid. This house project is completed by Eldridge Anderson.

If House: A 1950’s Split Level Home with A New Wing and Early Modernist Architecture

If House is an award winner in Residential Architecture (Alterations & Additions) category from the Australian Institute of Architects ACT Chapter Awards 2016. Working together with Matrix Joinery and Country Builders, Ben Walker Architects designs a new wing at the back of this house and removes a previous, poorly considered addition. An early modernist architecture of this house is enhanced by its new rooms.

Elm Grove House: Alterations and Additions to An Existing Red Brick Cottage with Sustainability Principles

Elm Grove House is a 2019 project of alterations and additions to an existing red brick cottage in O’Connor, Australia. Designed by Ben Walker Architects, this project also includes a connection to some elements and improved access to natural daylight based on the primary components of the client brief. With 249.0 m² in size, this cottage is also designed with a serious focus on solar passive and sustainability principles.

ab House: A New 2 Storey Dwelling with A Projecting Series of Upper Floor Balconies

Working together with Ewer Construction and Matrix Joinery, Ben Walker Architects design this new 2 storey dwelling located in Canberra, Australia. ab House has a projecting series of upper floor balconies. These balconies can reflect the interior rooms’ hierarchy in this dwelling. The balconies also become awesome telescopes that can capture the beautiful mountain views.

tc House: Small Renovations of An Award-Winner House with Functional Living Zones

tc House is an award-winner house from the Australian Institute of Architects ACT Chapter Awards 2016 in Small Project Architecture category. It is a project of small renovations of a 1950’s modernist house by Ben Walker Architects in South Canberra, Australia. This beautiful house is renovated also to improve the quality and function of the living zones.

db House: A Clear Contrast between New Elements and Old House

db House is a successful collaboration between Ben Walker Architects with Pelle Architects. This house is located in southern Canberra, comes with its unique form and design. It utilizes bold new forms to provide a clear contrast between the new elements and the old house. A rich and diverse material palette also can be provided with the use of some different materials.