Inbetween Architecture

Complete transformation of a 1970s double brick family home overlooking Ruffey Lake Park in Doncaster

Complete transformation of a 1970s double brick family home overlooking Ruffey Lake Park in Doncaster Architects: Inbetween Architecture Location: Melbourne, Australia Year: 2016 Area: 5.220 ft²/ 485 m² Photo courtesy: Tatjana Plitt Description: "To make the most of its privileged position, overlooking Ruffey Lake Park in Doncaster, this...

Doncaster House: a renovation of a 1970s brick and weatherboard dwelling on a large triangular site

Doncaster House: a renovation of a 1970s brick and weatherboard dwelling on a large triangular site Architects: Inbetween Architecture Location: Doncaster, Victoria, Australia Year: 2015 Area: 764 ft²/ 71 m² Photo courtesy: Nick Stephenson Description: "From the Architect: The existing 1970s brick and weatherboard dwelling on a large triangular...
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