March House

The March House project is the rework and extension to a 1910’s Federation style house located on one of Orange’s best streets. The clients’ brief was to create a light filled, contemporary home for their young growing family.

A simple new form has been added at the rear that seeks to provide an intimate connection with the backyard. The new light filled addition includes a new kitchen, dining and living space that overlooks the rear yard as well as an internal courtyard that visually links the existing residence to the new form. The existing house has been completely restored and new contemporary services and facilities included.

Custom features include a custom circular steel door pull and lock designed and manufactured by local artisan Dan Szpytko, as well as a series of custom side tables.

Architecture, Interior Design, Styling,

Builder | L-Con Building & Construction
Photos | Tom Ferguson

| Award for Interiors, AIA NSW (Country)
| Award for Alts & Adds, AIA NSW (Country)
| Commendation for Heritage, AIA NSW (Country)
| Orange City Council Heritage Award