PHOTO: The Bellevue Hill trophy home Oculus has been listed for sale following a full scale renovation.

The distinctive curved home was originally built in the 1960s by architect Frank Fox.

It was later renovated and remodelled by Tzannes Associates in collaboration with interior designers Juliette Arent and Sarah-Jane Pyke of Arent & Pyke Interior Designs.

Landscape design guru William Danger lent his hand to the 940 sqm Victoria Road gardens.

Oculus went on to win a Commendation in Residential Architecture Houses at the NSW Australian Institute of Architecture Awards following the works.

“Bellevue Hill residence as reimagined by Tzannes Associates explores the existing potential of a distinctive, perhaps even iconic, 1960s Frank Fox house,” the jury citation read.

“It embraces its eccentricities and deftly resolves its many compromises and shortcomings to create a home suitable for 21st century living.”

“The jury felt the architect and client, in collaboration with their builder, are to be commended on the finely detailed and drafted conservation and adaptation of a challenging and idiosyncratic 1960s building – one of many buildings of this period which may not enjoy legislative heritage protection but are worthy of preservation.”