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Kevin Quinlan Architecture designed additions and renovations to a 1950’s modern house in a manner that retained and further-enhanced the connections of interiors to exteriors. The exterior environment around the house was transformed with new patios, sitting walls and gardens.

The old stone ‘sheep barn’ was renovated from it’s dilapidated condition to become a timber-roofed family room with direct access to patio, pool and gardens.

A new glassy connector was designed to link the stone barn to the house.

The result is a tranquil harmony between inside/outside, wherein the Client’s extensive art collection is displayed in a very dramatic setting. 

(Andy Romer Photography)



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