Rozelle House is affectionately known in the Carterwilliamson Architects studio as ‘The Upside-Down Back-To-Front House’, named for the unconventional planning which allows it to negotiate the constraints of a tight, steep site.
I spotted this amazing reno (if you can stoop to call it that) at (personal favorite) Man Make Home, and... wow. Just wow. A converted dairy in Somerset, it was designed by architects Skene Catling De La Peña. There are...
Noriega Street Parklet by Matarozzi Pelsinger Design + Build
The site, a 45° parallelogram, is subdivided into two separate spaces to help accommodate different kinds of user groups (dogs & children, young & old, quiet & loud, bikes & strollers). One space opens generously to the sidewalk, while the other is more protected and intimate. The required 3’ setback from adjacent parking spaces is exploited to provide seating on both the interior and exterior of the extra-deep benches. #urbanfurniture #mobiliariourbano