We’ve been busy doing our final review of the steel shop drawings for the Glebe House. We look forward to sharing our construction photos of this house soon!
/ November 2016
/ November 2016
The concrete formwork has come off the ground level columns at our Waterloo Apartments. We’re looking forward to seeing this project progress.
/ October 2016
The New South Wales government has developed a new draft design guide for low-rise, medium-density housing and features Chenchow Little’s Bell Romero Houses as a design standard for architectural form and roof design. To view the draft guide click here.
/ AUGUST 2016
The Darling Point Apartment won an MBA Excellence in Housing Award for its category on Saturday night. A lot of care and effort went into this project, including in this custom built tea rose pink corian bathroom shown below. For more photos and details about this project see here.
/ JULY 2016
We were very honoured to receive the 2016 Australian House of the Year award and 2016 Apartment or Unit award last night at the Houses Awards for our Darling Point Apartment. The Darling Point Apartment is also featured on the front cover of the latest Houses magazine.
“Nothing about this home is average – from the significant collection of Australian art it houses, to the spectacular view it embraces – and Chenchow Little’s refined and surprising design is the perfect match.
The interior is reminiscent of the 1950s dwellings of postwar immigrant-s, where an appreciation for art was reflected in every part of the home design. This project represents a more refined interpretation.The bright Esther Stewart artwork in the lift sits in contrast to the floating American oak and painted white steel joinery that define each room and elongate the sense of spatial depth. The timber is repeated on the floors and ceiling, intensifying the contrast to the views of the harbour beyond.
There is much joy in what lies behind the surface. Open the moveable panels and you might find a Jeffrey Smart or John Coburn painting. Open the door to a bathroom and you step into another world – each is unique, providing contrast to the monochrome palette of the main rooms.
Chenchow Little has created a warm, sophisticated home with a few surprises. The striking interior is immediately appealing but reveals its beauty in the detail.
That an apartment has been named the Australian House of the Year reflects a shift in the way many Australians live today. This project also demonstrates that an apartment can be designed with the same warmth and sophistication as a detached house.”
– Jury citation
/ JUNE 2016
/ APRIL 2016
We’re busy documenting our Waterloo Apartments after its recent City of Sydney DA approval.
/ MARCH 2016
/ JANUARY 2016
The K House picked up an MBA Excellence in Housing Award for its category and is currently featured on the front cover of the latest HIA Housing magazine.