Redhead Alterations is a project designed by Bourne Blue Architecture. This project at the coastal village of Redhead (near Newcastle, NSW Australia) was on a large suburban block, that runs East to West, gently sloping to the rear. A small seventies project home existed on the site, orientated North – South, with poor environmental performance and minimal connection to the substantial yard. Towards the rear of the yard in the North-East corner are two large Norfolk Island pine trees.
Cooks Hill Alterations is a project designed by Bourne Blue Architecture. The site for this project was long and narrow, running roughly East-West in an inner city Heritage Conservation area of Newcastle, NSW. The site has an area of 509.6m², and was occupied by a 2-storey face brick and tile faux heritage dwelling fronting the street.