Legacy, Conservation and Modern Amenity : Working with Heritage Buildings

Sydney’s residential architectural landscape represents an overlay of time, place and typology; stretching across time periods from the late 18th Century colonial era housing to later examples of brutalist public architecture such as the iconic Sirius building in the Rocks. Making up a significant portion of this stock are the Victorian era terraces and cottages which have become icons of the city’s inner and eastern suburbs. Continue reading…