Achieved in part by adopting the peaked-roof structure of the period and incorporating traditional materials such as corrugated iron.
Another challenge was building around three established trees, which called for 77 piers drilled by a 20 tonne rig. Step inside however, and the house is unmistakably contemporary.
In our clients’ words “Everything is clean and sleek and it’s obvious the team has good attention to detail. The craftsmanship and finish are very high quality.”
At Mancini Made we consider the Paine Street project to be one the best family homes we’ve designed and built.