The Ruffian

Dale Jones-Evans.

Posted in Uncategorized by The Ruffian on January 23, 2009
Dale Jones-Evans

Dale Jones-Evans

This traditional Victorian style home in Bronte, Sydney, reveals a ‘folded addition’. The core of the house has a folded roof made of copper sheeting. The shape of the roof not only controls the amount of sunlight reaching the interior spaces, but also provides protection for the three external spaces surrounding the new living areas: the pool area, the courtyard and garden terraces. The origami-like roof appears magical from inside the house, as it folds to its lowest point over the kitchen.


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