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Wednesday
Dec102014

Harold Street

In case you haven't noticed I've jumped on the contemporary Australian design bandwagon. I'm excited by the spaces being created in my country at the moment none more so than simple domestic spaces. Family homes with flair. Day to day living with style and storage solutions. Looks good, works well, feeds the soul. Like the latest work by Nest Architects, a renovation and addition to a small traditional inner city Melbourne house.

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Tuesday
Dec092014

Barwon Heads Beach House

A family beach house with a contemporary take on traditional features. A classic palette of limed oak timber, painted lining boards and white walls. Stylish, casual living. Pleysier Perkins with Mim Design.

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Monday
Dec082014

Jewel House

A gem of a small house extension and backyard studio. Light dances through brick lattice and skylights while the simple triangular volume provides living and sleeping space. Floating. Lightweight. Jewel House by Karen Abernathy Architects.

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Monday
Dec082014

Perched

Like a tottering tower of toy blocks perched precariously on the edge of a hill the Murnane Residence by Project M+ allows for stylish family living never far away from the stunning view. Reach out touch the sky or climb a rock wall to the next floor in your childhood dreams.

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Friday
Dec052014

Red ghost

Like a ghostly shadow echoing the surrounding homes the Kew House by Piercy & Company is formed by two volumes containing four bedrooms and living areas set back from the street behind the retained 19th century stable wall. The weathering steel shell, solid and sturdy yet at the same time hinting at decay and change, references the autumnal hues of nearby Kew Garden. A thoroughly modern family home (love the children's spaces up in the attic) with echoes and ripples of the past.

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