All too often we associate heritage transformations with a long list of limitations that restrict creative opportunity. It’s something we find ourselves touching on frequently at est – which justifies our excitement when we see the old equally challenged and respected in a renovation. This match of tight controls with innovative thinking was the case for Jackson Clements Burrows Architects and their York Street Residence.
Using a quality material palette of brick, steel and timber the firm playfully reinterpreted the original red brick home, to make way for striking sight lines and distinctive geometry. As you can only expect, it’s a thoughtful take on the old, through a clever modern lens.
Produced in partnership with Brickworks.