Melbourne

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...

Contemporary addition that aims to make the most of natural light and create optimal interior comfort

Contemporary addition that aims to make the most of natural light and create optimal interior comfort Architects: McMahon and Nerlich Location: St Kilda West, Melbourne, Australia Year: 2017 Photo courtesy: McMahon and Nerlich Description: "The existing residence is a single fronted, single storey, painted brick Edwardian house with...

Striking roofscape, contemporary finish, flexibility and a focus on outdoors and family

Striking roofscape, contemporary finish, flexibility and a focus on outdoors and family Architects: Green Sheep Collective Location: Melbourne, Australia Year: 2017 Photo courtesy: Green Sheep Collective Description: "The Northcote Solar Home in Melbourne combines high-level environmentally sustainable design with a striking roofscape, contemporary finish, flexibility and a focus...

Raw aesthetic characterised by the exposure of natural timber and galvanised steel

Raw aesthetic characterised by the exposure of natural timber and galvanised steel Architects: Dan Webster Architecture Location: Malvern, Melbourne, Australia Year: 2017 Photo courtesy: Dan Webster Architecture Description: "This project is a new residential dwelling on a small block in Malvern. The block is 386m2, on a one...

Stunning internal transformation of an historic Edwardian home using soft palette of greys and of whites

Stunning internal transformation of an historic Edwardian home using soft palette of greys and of whites Architects: MIM Design Location: Melbourne, Australia Year: 2017 Photo courtesy: Sharyn Cairns Description: "The revival of an Elsternwick residence has allowed award-winning Melbourne practice Mim Design to create a stunning internal transformation...

Extension of a building into a two-level, contemporary house which has a mix of private, social and work spaces

Extension of a building into a two-level, contemporary house which has a mix of private, social and work spaces Architects: Richard King Design Location: Melbourne, Australia Year: 2017 Area: 1.991 ft²/ 185 m² Photo courtesy: Tom Roe Description: "RK-D were engaged to design this house remodel, which took close...

House for a large family that reflects whimsy, joy and beauty

House for a large family that reflects whimsy, joy and beauty Architects: Kennedy Nolan Architects Location: Melbourne, Australia Year: 2016 Area: 4.219 ft²/ 392 m² Photo courtesy: Derek Swalwell Description: "The family commissioning this house had lived on the site for many years and after a short-lived move to...

Extension of a house for three teenagers who needed more space for study and storage

Extension of a house for three teenagers who needed more space for study and storage Architects: Drawing Room Architecture Location: Melbourne, Australia Year: 2016 Area: 538 ft²/ 50 m² Photo courtesy: Daniel Fuge Description: "The clients have three teenagers and needed an extra bedroom, a study and more storage...

Tang House by 4site Architecture: redesign and renovation of a single fronted double brick terrace house in Carlton

Tang House by 4site Architecture: redesign and renovation of a single fronted double brick terrace house in Carlton Architects: 4site Architecture Location: Carlton, Melbourne, Australia Year: 2013 Area: ft²/ 75 m² Photo courtesy: Kevin Hui Description: "The client of this single fronted double brick terrace house in Carlton wanted to...

Home for an architect and his family with an unique curved form

Home for an architect and his family with an unique curved form Architects: Tandem Design Studio Location: Melbourne, Australia Year: 2016 Photo courtesy: John Gollings Description: "Named after its sunny corner block, True North is a home for an architect and family. The site contains two dwellings. At the...
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