Binary House has received further great coverage with a feature published by ArchDaily - and on this occasion, drawings have been published to supplement the images of the project.
Contemporist has published a lovely feature on Binary House entitled “A Black Rear Extension Was Added To A 1960s Brick House In Sydney” - while ArchitectureAU has given the Houses magazine print feature of Binary House a fantastic online presence entitled “Unapologetically suburban: Binary House”.
Habitus Living has published a wonderful feature on Binary House entitled “Hello Yellow Brick Home: Binary House By Christopher Polly Architect”. Many thanks to Rebecca Gross for her thoughtful words.
Pretty chuffed to see Binary House receive a great feature by Dwell entitled “A Modest Midcentury Bungalow Takes on New Life in Sydney”. Many thanks to Jenny Xie for supporting the project and Lucy Wang for her wonderful words.
It’s gratifying to see Binary house receive terrific coverage by Design Milk in an article entitled “A Bungalow in Sydney Gets a Dramatic, Pavilion-Like Addition”.
It’s extremely exciting to share that Binary House has been shortlisted as a national finalist in the 2018 Australian Timber Design Awards ‘Interior Fitout - Residential’ category, while also being in the running for a People’s Choice Award.
It’s very pleasing to share that Binary House has been published in Houses, Australia’s leading residential architecture magazine for designers and their clients, within the August/September 2018 Issue 123 of the magazine.
Many thanks to Sing d’Arcy for his generous words and to Katelin Butler for supporting the house within the issue.
Binary House has been featured in a lovely article by Karen McCartney entitled “Indoors: Mezzo forte” within the Sydney Morning Herald’s Good Weekend magazine. The feature has also been published at Good Weekend online entitled “Indoors: A mezzanine? Things are looking up”.
Binary House has received a great feature in the Sydney Morning Herald’s Domain magazine ‘Innovation’ column entitled “Seeing the value in clever design”. Many thanks to Jenny Brown’s beautiful words.
The feature has also been published at Domain online entitled “Binary House: The asymmetrical beauty created on a stringent budget”.
Planning approval was recently received for Manifold House in Dover Heights. It was designed in mid-2017, further developed and then submitted late last year - followed by a long assessment period inclusive of a referral to the WLPP.
It entails minor alterations and a highly considered addition which crafts multiple new connections to its setting, while inventively enhancing the amenity of the existing dwelling.
It’s very exciting to share that Binary House has been shortlisted as a national finalist in the 2018 Houses Awards, ‘House Alteration and Addition over 200 square metres’ category.
Images of the recently completed Binary House have been selected and can now be seen in the ‘Projects’ section of the website. My clients (and Ian the dog) are enjoying their new home, and we all think it looks great following an epic 4.5 year end-to-end process.
Designed in mid-2016, this new house located along the edge of the Cooks River is forecast to start on site soon. It has worked its way through design development, planning approvals and construction documentation stages, as well as a now-complete demolition stage of the former conditions on site.
Binary House was completed on site last week and has now been professionally photographed by Brett Boardman. These are preview images from our photoshoot. Stay tuned for more images to come.
Binary House reached a stage of completion to enable my clients to begin settling into their home. Some incomplete exterior and interior detail work still to be done on site has now commenced, inclusive of rear and front landscaping, while a list of defects rectifications is also underway.