Sydney Architects

Residential Design – Drummoyne House

In Sydney ,anywhere close to the water , residential design is all about capturing the views. In one of our latest projects , most of the main are living areas located on the top level, the inversion house, captures fantastic views and great light to the public spaces of the… Read More

Upside Down House

Our upside down house is starting to take shape in the inner west Sydney suburb of Drummoyne. Precast concrete walls capture bedrooms to the lower level. A Steel framed, timber lined roof hovers over the upper level living areas.   Clerestory windows bathe the rich timber ceilings with… Read More

Woollahra House Revisited

After 15 years, we revisited one of our John Street projects in Woollahra. Still looks good. A narrow south facing addition to a slim terrace. Multiple courtyards and glazed saw toothed roofs contribute to this light filled home. Thanks to Jeremy at Raine & Horne Double Bay for… Read More

Bondi House

Recently completed alterations and additions to a semi in North Bondi.

Australian Architecture Association Tour

Phil Moore speaking about Melocco and Moore’s Kirribilli House to a group on the Australian Architecture Association’s Residential Houses tour.

Balmain House Sales Record

Balmain House Sales Record. As reported in SMH Domain online 18 May 2013, the Balmain House set a sales record for the suburb. The off form concrete pavilion addition to the maritime villa by Melocco and Moore at the eastern end of the peninsula was completed in 2010.… Read More

Coogee House Revisited

Coogee House Revisited. Work is nearing completion on renovations to a house in South Coogee for which Melocco and Moore were first commissioned in 2005. The new works involve the enlargement of a rear landscaped area, by removal of a substantial retaining wall, to allow for an above… Read More

Group Home for Disabled Teenagers Opened

Bridge Community Housing handed over the keys to the Department of Aged and Disability Services to a renovated house in Ashfield. Melocco and Moore Architects designed and documented the alternations to the 1930s house to provide a new and appropriate home for 4 disabled teenagers who are currently… Read More

Marrickville Medal Commendation

  We were happy to receive a Marrickville Medal Commendation for Dave Melocco’s own place in Lewisham. The competition for this award gets stiffer each year as the quality of entrants improves. Whilst the medal is traditionally an award to promote conservation of heritage buildings it has recently… Read More