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The heart of a warehouse

In the inner city Sydney suburb of Lilyfield a garden grows. Behind an old brick facade in a building that once housed the "Oh Boy Candy Company" is a sweat treat, a green oasis. In the heart of a warehouse conversion by Virginia Kerridge is a space to breathe, to grow, to play, to see the sky, to connect. Solid and void, old brick and beam, sleek contemporary finishes, history and family home.

Reader Comments (5)

Just WOW!

23 Oct 2013 | Unregistered CommenterAnnelies

Perfect !

23 Oct 2013 | Unregistered Commenterpolar bear

The upper deck is awesome, and I love the materials in that bathroom *drools*

24 Oct 2013 | Unregistered CommenterKate

saw this in Green magazine a few month ago. And instantly fell in love!
such a great conversion!

Absolutely a-ma-zing! A perfect conversion where you have it all: industrial structures, space, outdoor space and a perfect mix of materials. I've fallen in love.

26 Oct 2013 | Unregistered CommenterLara

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