Golding House

Exploiting an unusually long suburban site, the form of this project is driven by an ambitions accommodation schedule and a planning requirement to minimise the visual prominence of the development.

The existing two-storey house has been retained but internally gutted, providing a spacious open-plan living area within a double-height volume. Bedrooms and bathrooms are contained within a new single-storey wing that skewers the existing house and opens onto a terrace at the rear.

Deltalight Rand 211 and 311 directional spotlights were used throughout the project.


 Architect: Dan Brill Architects

Lighting by Deltalight

The skylights were supplied by Sunsquare

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