Campbell architecture continue to explore the design of the house with traditional forms used contemporaneously with this house Sydney full of natural light, including through a well giant oval light.
The architect's description
House C3 continues our exploration of the traditional form contemporaneously used. In this case to find an architecture that is now sitting comfortably in his neighborhood of the 19th century workers cottages crying or brashly difference or historical pastiche stations.
Externally the house presents as timber clad, using concrete floor & wall elements to create thermal mass & with consciously designed passive ventilation routes, achieve stable internal environmental conditions throughout the year.
The traditional dormer is interpreted as a contemporary box form to improve its functionality, & softened with traditional natural shiplap cladding. The insertion of traditional shutters are super functional in moderating light & privacy, while also playfully further working the exploration of the traditional/contemporary nexus.