ancillary dwelling plans
These contemporary ancillary dwelling plans open up to deliver 112 square metres of indoor-outdoor living space. The open-plan kitchen, dining, living, laundry and bedroom, comprise the 70 square metres of gross floor area, with an additional alfresco of 42 square metres. The ancillary dwelling plans provide a terrace sun-drenched external area which is ideally suited for extended family or an artist in residence. The size of the ancillary dwelling plans harmonize with local authority planning schemes that provide planning policy for ancillary dwellings. The raking ceilings of the ancillary dwelling plans conform to passive solar design principles and augment solar heat gain during the cooler winter months when correctly orientated onsite.
The ancillary dwelling plans incorporate sustainability and energy-efficient design principles to maximise passive solar design principles by catching the winter heat gain when the sun is at lower azimuth and storage in the dwelling’s thermal mass. The reinforced concrete slab that operates as the heat sink for release of the radiant heat energy through the cooler evening hours. The ancillary dwelling plans fenestration integrate calculated sun shading to eliminate the worst of the summer heat gain while highlight windows expunge stale hot air using ‘stack effect’ ventilation principles.
As a registered architect in Western Australia, and registered builder in Western Australia (BC 102904), Stuart can deliver an architect designed sustainable home that enriches your daily life and will be a delight to inhabit. We’re enthusiastic about working with passionate architectural patrons who desire spatially distinct buildings and seek architectural excellence. The practice seeks to deliver designs that are functional, memorable and cost effective so if you wish to elevate the your experience of space, enquire today.
The ancillary dwelling plans have a material palette that incorporate Monument Colorbond finish single lap standing seam cladding and eaves linings to Bushfire Attack Level 29 which are framed by burnished polished concrete floors. The ancillary dwelling plans specification includes 2400mm high clear anodized aluminium joinery with jarrah pivot door, roof mounted solar hot water and wood fuel firebox for wood fuel boosting. Blum Adventos lift overhead cupboards to the kitchen cantilever above the Porcelain panel benchtop height splashback window.
“I’ve known Stuart for about 8 years. At all of our consultant meetings I’ve been impressed by his polite, professional attitude and in-depth knowledge of his profession. His prices have always been fair and very competitive. He has a knowledge that can also save you time and money. He will always make an effort to follow things through quickly and advise you so that you may gain the best outcome for your project. With these things in mind I can thoroughly recommend Stuart.”
“We commissioned Threadgold Architecture for the refurbishment of our house in Dalkeith for both design and contract administration services. We were delighted with the design which Stuart tendered to a select group of local builders. We were also grateful for Stuart’s contractual understanding and attention to detail which kept the builder focussed on the desired outcomes throughout the building process. We are very happy with the renovations and the enjoyment we now get from our transformed living areas.”
“I was very impressed with the ideas that Stuart incorporated into the design for our family home in Perth. Stuart designed a free-flowing open plan living space that perfectly suits our family of four. Stuart listened to our ideas and delivered the brief within the budget constraints. My wife and I would be happy to recommend Threadgold Architecture as a business that still promotes the old values of honesty and integrity.”