The building's main historical features such as ornate marble fireplaces, main staircase, and entry glass panelled door and side lights were brought back to life contributing to the beauty of the new residence.
Materials favoured where salvaged bricks, terracotta tiles, white Carrara marble and white stuccoed walls.
The existing building's generous size permitted additional spaces beyond the client’s needs and expectations allowing introduction of the multi-use conservatory on the second level of the homes rear wing. The conservatory has been treated as an outdoor living area with potted trees. The expansive double glazed roof acts as a heat bank to disperse hot air through the upper levels of the house in the cooler months and can also act as a drying area during wetter periods.