A working model of a second design option developed within ongoing feasibility studies for a new house in Greenwich in which an arrangement of two shifted volumes orchestrate a series of private and public rooms in response to its sloping site, setting and harbour views.
The love continues for Binary House in a beaut ‘House Tour’ feature published by Hunting For George. Many thanks to Lucy Glade-Wright and her editorial team for their support of the project.
It was an honour to present Binary House in the 2019 AIA NSW Architecture Awards this week: in the Sustainable Architecture category today as selected by the jury, and in the Residential Architecture-Houses (Alterations & Additions) category earlier in the week.
A working model of one of the design options currently being developed within feasibility studies for a new house in Greenwich which cascades a series of private and public rooms in response to its steeply sloping site, landscape setting and harbour views beyond.
Binary House continues to receive more love with a wonderful Q&A feature published by Houzz entitled “Opposites attract in this extension to a 1960s bungalow”. Many thanks to Georgia Madden for her generous showcasing of the project.
Really chuffed to receive notification that Binary House was selected by ArchDaily for nomination of a 2019 Building of the Year Award in the Houses category. All votes that were cast in support of it have been much appreciated.
Binary House has received more love in a marvellous article published by Australian Design Review entitled “Binary House: a contemporary extension of a 1960’s yellow brick house”. Many thanks to ADR’s editor Natalie Mortimer for the Q&A feature of the project.
Binary House has received further great coverage with a feature published by Architecture & Design entitled “Binary House: Where spatial and material opposites meet”. Many thanks to Stephanie Stefanovic and Branko Miletic for their support of the project.
Hunting For George has published a wonderful profile piece entitled “Christopher Polly / Meet the Architect”. It features photos of the recent work of the practice, vignette images of the studio, and even a playlist of tracks. Many thanks to Jonno Rodd and the editorial team for their lovely support of the practice.
Binary House has been featured on the cover and within the Daily Telegraph’s Home magazine in a lovingly composed article by editor Robyn Willis entitled “Hello yellow brick road”. And Ian the kelpie is now a front-and-centre coverboy!
Really chuffed to see The Design Files beaut feature on Binary House entitled “A Home With Two Personalities”. I’m very grateful for the editorial team’s support of the project and for Miriam McGarry’s wonderful words.
Lunchbox Architect has published a wonderful feature on Binary House entitled “Contrasting Addition Complements a Sixties Yellow Brick Home”. Many thanks to Brodie Norris for his thoughtful words and support of the project.
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.