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Thursday
Feb092017

Black & white modern extension

It's what Australian architects seem to do best ... the modern extension to an older home. Open plan, family friendly, perfect for entertaining and that blurring of the boundary between inside and out. Just like this fabulous black and white design from Sydney-based Hancock Architects.

Tuesday
Jan242017

Modern extension by Heartly

Heartly designed and monitored the transformation of this dilapidated cottage into a much loved and admired family home. Careful consideration of flow and use of space was paramount to the success of this project on a small inner suburban Melbourne block.

It's what Australian architects and interior designers do so well. Take a small, older home with confused layout. Design a modern extension to create the much sort after open-plan, family living yet, importantly, retain the presence of the original home within the streetscape. And may I just say "Hello bike room!"

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Thursday
Dec152016

Surry Hills House

It's as if this small inner-city Sydney terrace house is opening its arms to the outside. The kitchen diner extends into a petite but stylish courtyard garden while the bedroom has its own private deck. We Australians adore this inside out living but what I love most about this house is the natural light that floods into what would have originally been a dark and claustrophobic house. Surry Hills House by Benn & Penna.

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Friday
Nov182016

Stalking a jungalow bungalow

Oooooh did I just type that as a post title? It's true though. A light filled, modern extension to this early 1900's house is the perfect spot for indulging in a little plant lovin'. Great family home! I'm stalking in the inner-city Sydney suburb of Kensington. Link here while it lasts.

P.S. The video shows the house off better than the pictures IMO.

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Tuesday
Nov012016

Mid Mod Mojo

It was a 1960s house that was too small for its family. They loved their home but they needed more room. Nothing huge and definitely not something that ignored its mid century bones. Enter Melbourne-based Nest Architects. The house grew to meet the family's needs, kept its mid mod mojo and everyone lived happily ever after.

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