• Nawa project house perspective with various site orientations.

Concept, 1968 (unbuilt)

This concept, for a three-bedroom
project house, was commissioned by New Caledonia property entrepreneur, Jean Nawa.
The bathrooms were sited in the centre of the plan, divided from the bedrooms
by a skylit hall. The kitchen and living-dining zone opened to a tiled terrace
shaded by extending the roof. A carport was clipped to the side of the
building.

The scheme was intended for flat
sites and was to have been built in pale bricks with low-pitched metal roofing
over the garage and main building, and redwood paneling highlighting the
windows. On his drawings, Snelling indicated a variety of potential site orientations.

Sources

—Sydney: SLNSW, PICMAN Archive PXD 778, architectural drawings by Jim Whitelock.

—Whitelock, Jim. Personal communications, 21 April 2002.