The Indoor/Outdoor Life

Sydney-based architect Christopher Polly turned a compact semi-detached 1890 dwelling on a compromised lot into a spacious indoor/outdoor living pavilion for a young family.

Had the budget been larger, a second story would have made sense, but it was not to be. Polly’s solution? Use the existing house for sleeping quarters, and add a modern extension housing the kitchen and dining areas. The new structure opens wide to the outdoors, via sliding pocket doors, allowing the family to live an indoor/outdoor existence. To see more, visit Christopher Polly.

via remodelista

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