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The Little Grey Granny with Curves by hobbs jamieson architecture

The Little Grey Granny with Curves is a project designed by hobbs jamieson architecture in 2019, covers an area of 350 m2 and is located in Balgowlah Heights, Australia. Photography by Luc Remond

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Let the Rays in by hobbs jamieson architecture

This project designed by hobbs jamieson architecture involved the conversion of a humble single storey ‘brick box’ into an open and light dwelling, taking full advantage of the north aspect and better connecting with the private outdoor areas of the site. Photography by Luc Remond.

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Up on top by Hobbs Jamieson Architecture

This project designed by Hobbs Jamieson Architecture involved the conversion of a 1940s one and a half storey masonry cottage into a contemporary light filled dwelling. The design spatially connects all three new levels taking full advantage of the views to the south. Photography by Luc Remond

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80s be gone by hobbs jamieson architecture

80s be gone is a project designed by hobbs jamieson architecture. An existing 1980’s attached dwelling has been completely renovated internally. The client’s brief was to maximise the space, ‘remove the 80’s’ and deliver a sharp, refined living environment. Photography by Luc Remond.

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Open up and let me in by hobbs jamieson architecture

Open up and let me in is a project designed by hobbs jamieson architecture. The clients brief was to modernise the dwelling, focussing on the ground floor and its connection with the rear yard. Photography by Luc Remond.

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By the Bay by Hobbs Jamieson Architecture

By the Bay is a project designed by Hobbs Jamieson Architecture. Completed in collaboration with Salt Building Design, this project involved the ‘stage 2’ conversion of a humble beach shack on the shores of Jervis Bay. The brief was to work with Salt to design the main part of the home in line with the architectural style of the previously completed guest wing. Photography by Luke Butterly.

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