Double Void House is a project designed by JDA Studio Architects. The approach for this project is one of constraint, warm modern and a pared back approach to the substantial alterations and additions in Pymble, NSW. The soft palette receives light though a large void with a cantilevered staircase and bridge. This creates a link to a new parents retreat on one side and a sitting gallery space on the other.
Adding to the dramatic spaces are a linear line of high tensile cables installed to the stair treads spanning through one side of the void and vertical hanging planters through the other. Photography by Jamie Caputo.
This island residence is designed by JDA Studio Architects to be an oasis for a young family perched on the banks of Anzac Bay, Waiheke Island, fifty kilometres across Auckland’s Hauraki Gulf. The design provides constant framed views of its surroundings and offers a warm, modern approach appropriate to island life. Photography by Simon Devitt.