Coveney Browne Design wins 2021 TIDA Australia Designer Renovation of the Year

Congratulations to Irene Coveney of Coveney Browne Design, winner of the 2021 TIDA Australia Designer Renovation of the Year. See more of this blend of old and new

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The owners of this property needed the heritage listed home at the front to be renovated, and a new addition created behind to provide extra accommodation

While the addition was to be a contemporary design, it still needed to respect the character of the original weatherboard cottage.

The heritage cottage has considerable historical significance, and has been converted to a beautiful master suite with home office and sitting area.

The original character and structure has been preserved and enhanced, while elements which had been altered over time have been restored to their original condition.

A 1980s addition at the rear was demolished and replaced with a two-storey addition containing a new open plan kitchen/ dining/ living area at ground floor level, with the children’s bedrooms, bathroom, and activity room on the first floor.

Large, glazed sliding doors connect indoor and outdoor living areas and a glazed gallery walkway links the two buildings acting as a transition space between old and new.

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14 Nov, 2021

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