Frame up at the Terip Terip Schoolhouse


A new two room addition to an existing country schoolhouse.

The tactic here was deference to the beautifully ornate and
intact original building.

When our clients included a Breezeway and a Quadrangle in
their initial plan we almost couldn’t control our delight.

The new addition is a concrete block homage to school toilet
blocks, with timber lining to the quadrangle and a pitched roof matching the
original building form.

Our desire was that the new sits lower than the existing and
the Breezeway sits under the original eaves line. 

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