There was a cluster of huge trees in the backyard which the owners loved, so they became integral to the design of the new rear addition.

Tree House by Andrew Child Architecture

ArchitectAndrew Child Architecture
Location: Kew, Australia
Year: 2010
Project size: 180 sq.m.
Site size: 600 sq.m.
BuilderKleev Homes
Structural EngineerPerrett Simpson Stantin
Photography: Rhiannon Slatter

Tree House by Andrew Child Architecture

From the architect: The owners wanted to upgrade the internally awkward and dark middle suburban Californian Bungalow into a light, modern 3 bedroom + study residence.

Tree House by Andrew Child Architecture

Through the angling of the glass rear wall, the angling of the eave and decks, the use of a restrained internal material palette and the terracing down of the floor and deck levels to follow the site, the intention was to create a varied + generous interior animated by the light, trees, shadows and landscape.

Tree House by Andrew Child Architecture

Tree House by Andrew Child Architecture

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Tree House by Andrew Child Architecture

There was a cluster of huge trees in the backyard which the owners loved, so they became integral to the design of the new rear addition

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