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A modern take on the Australian corrugated shed vernacular this interior alteration to an existing 3 bedroom 1919 house provides open plan living, dining and kitchen with study mezzanine above while sheilding the rear of the house from the prying eyes of the residents of the large block of apartments behind. Tamarama Semi-Detached by David Langston-Jones.

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An island in a sea of grass

A renovation of a 70s Sydney home by architect Noek Witzand of noekdesign allows connection between the inside and out through a wall of sliding glass. Minimal style is warmed by wood and washed with white while seaside vegetation laps at the deck.

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Stalking leftovers

Saturday again and you know the story. I've spent my spare moments flitting from real estate listing to real estate listing during the week. I'm a stalker but I'm fussy. Not quite right, bad photos, I need more photos please, house is amazing furniture is deplorable or no furniture at all! Can't quite put my finger on it listings with something that has me nodding "yes". It's a mixed bag this week.I've found an unrestored apartment with it's own turret, one that needs a little judicious curating (that's the polite way of saying there are too many "things"), a designer pad, an empty industrial dream, a revisit to a retro lovely (they painted the ceiling white!) and my usual assortment of inner city terraces. Click on the images to head to the listings. All via

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Stalking the 70s

Be still my beating heart. I'm having palpitations. My favourite architectural real estate site Modern House has a new listing and it has me in a spin. Rippon House (1971) by Gerry Rippon of Towell & Rippon. I think I could have called this post stalking chair porn. An amazing house, an amazing collection of furniture.

(A and C abandon your families. Rob a bank. We need to pool resources and buy this baby.)

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Sometimes it is all about the attention to detail...

Pohio Adams Architects