On a tiny block of only 395m2, stands a 60m2 brick veneer attached granny flat design. The client had initially approached Botany Bay council for a granny flat to be built in the backyard and the application was twice rejected on the ground of Floor Space Ratio violation. Then the Modular One – Granny Flat Engineers stepped in and consolidated all information on hand, communicated with a private certifier and proposed that an extension/attachment be made to the existing dwelling. The granny flat engineers at Modular One Australia designed concrete peers and underpins in order to stabilise the slab of the existing dwelling against potential movements due to the construction of the new extension slab. Part of the roof of the existing house was dismantled and reframed in order to be married to the new extension roof to constitute a continued hipped valley concrete roof. Aluminium sliding doors are fitted for maximum ventilation and easy access to the backyard. Outdoor lights are fitted for night vision.
Mascot Granny Flat