The Tree House is a timber framed and reclaimed timber clad construction on reversible timber foundations.
It sits within the luxuriantly overgrown garden of two tiny knocked together 1830's weavers cottages shaping itself around the central sumac tree.
Its ramped interior absorbs the ½ storey difference between the cottages and its new master bedroom and wetroom nestled under the eucalyptus tree.
The family home has been re-orientated so that the mother of a busy family remains central to all the activity whether resting in the garden, eating with her children or entertaining as she becomes more reliant on her wheelchair.
Description from architects