Twin Peaks House

Posted on Thu, 22 May 2014 by midcenturyjo

This addition to a Edwardian house in a suburb of Melbourne with a heritage restrictions saw architects Jackson Clements Burrows choose a common building material, brick, but contrast old red with new black.The twin peaked roof follows the double valley hip roof line of the original building but interprets it in a modern way. Once inside the contemporary lines of the new spaces bring this family home into the new century.

This furniture looks totally incredible! And the facade?….. I have no words!!!!

oregonbird says:

I love the architecture, but honestly think the interior design was a bit worth crying over. This house can deal with some OTTrageousness. A spectacularly Spanish dining table, more pungent art pieces — it has NEEDS!

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