When we first visited the heritage listed dwelling, it was in an extreme state of dilapidation. The interiors had been vandalised with broken windows, significant graffiti and even a local goat had taken up residence. The client’s brief was to return the home to its former glory as a premier heritage home of the Municipality. In tandem with the heritage architect, a conservation management plan was prepared and extensive remedial and reconstructive works to this Interwar Mediterranean style home were undertaken. The finished home is an architectural delight intermixing contemporary living in a stately heritage surround.

Our engaged services extended to preparing the concept design, architectural documentation and project management of the consultancy team for the Development Application and Construction Certificate.

McCullum Ashby Architects won a Ku-ring-gai Architecture Award for our work on Rothiemay House.

Alterations and additions – Ku-ring-gai Council