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Choy House

Alex Popov
Project Manager:
Bellevarde Constructions

"The assembly system of this house, a framing steel structure with glass and concrete infill, continues Popov's extensive interest in post-war modernism. In particular, John Entenza's California Case Study House Program (1945-1966) forms the precedent for this project, along with an earlier Popov project, the Middle Head House (1999-2000) in Mosman, NSW.

A difficult corner site, and Castlecrag's strict planning and heritage regulations, made the architect's task a challenging one. In response, Popov designed a two storey volume comprised of two rectangular wings aligned at right angles and pushed to the southwest corner to allow for maximum northern light and exposure to the views.

A curved sandstone wall was placed adjacent to the street frontage, thus satisfying heritage requirements for a response to the local sandstone vernacular while also creating a private courtyard between the house and the street."

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Hi Pad Chair

Hi Pad Chair

Jasper Morrison

Side / dining chair with seat in bent beech plywood and multi-density polyurethane foam. Fixed cover available in fabric or leather. Legs in satined stainless steel with rubber glides.



Paola Lenti / Paola Lenti

Ottoman for indoors and outdoors. Shell upholstery is created by hand weaving Rope 04 directly onto the piece. Structure in cold injected waterproof and stress resistant polyurethane foam. Shell i... More

Side in-line

Side in-line

Kreon / Jan Van Lierde

The Side in-Line fitting is a recessed, trim-less light fixture installed in wall or ceilings and will require a minimum 120mm depth. This range of washlights is developed with either ... More

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