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Carter Williamson Architects
Rozelle House_1


The Rozelle House_1 is an ‘alterations and additions’ to a late 1800’s brick terrace in Sydney’s Inner West. The site is hemmed in on both sides by its neighbors, leaving only a thin, steeply sloped sliver of land which drops by two storeys from the front boundary to the rear. On this difficult site our brief was to […]


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Camperdown House


The clients wanted their new home to capture something of the wistful adage “a man’s home is his castle”. On a tight budget, within a restricted, urban site they commissioned a refuge; a stronghold of family life and quiet living. Though the existing building on site was approved for demolition, the block was nestled in along a street largely […]


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Bondi House


Huddled on a suburban street lined with semis and medium rise apartments, only the tanned surfers strolling by in thongs and bathers suggest that this Bondi home is only a short stroll from Australia’s most famous stretch of sand. The existing semi, hemmed in by its neighbours, was a dark, warren of rooms which turned their back on […]


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Balmain House


Whilst chic cafes and boutique clothing stores have long since driven out Balmain’s dockyards and gentrified its streets, this original 1860’s workers cottages survives; an evolutionary relic of contemporary Australian architecture. Etched into the locally grown weatherboards are the teeth marks of steam driven saws used in the old Balmain lumberyards and beneath its skin, roughsawn log studs […]


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Nth Sydney


As architects operating in a culture where the square meterage of floor plans seem to grow and grow, we are convinced that the biggest contribution we can make towards a sustainable built environment is the design and inhabitation of ‘fit’ buildings; buildings that are not simply ‘big’, but big enough and flexible enough to accommodate changing lifestyles. Our […]


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Andrew’s House


As architects operating in a culture where the square meterage of floor plans seem to grow and grow, we are convinced that the biggest contribution we can make towards a sustainable built environment is the design and inhabitation of ‘fit’ buildings; buildings that are not simply ‘big’, but big enough and flexible enough to accommodate changing lifestyles. Our clients […]


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