New meets old in Medindie

Posted on Fri, 18 Sep 2015 by midcenturyjo

A historic facade and thoroughly modern out the back. Yes another fabulous old meets new Aussie extension. In the suburb of Medindie in the inner-north of Adelaide, South Australia. By William Burton Leopardi. I think the architects description of how it all came about is great.

“Don’t kill the tree!” A gnarly pepper tree formed the planning challenge of an addition for a young family to their Victorian era home. A pool, small block, desire for light, space and ‘room to grow’ rounded out the brief and reaffirmed the challenge. Space for all, parents and kids, and an enthusiasm to embrace this as the “opportunity of a lifetime” allowed for delightful layering of function, whimsy and contemporary eclectism – oh…..and “don’t want to see the kitchen.”



sweetpea says:

The blue room is saturated brilliance!

leroy says:

Great combination of modern & nostalgic home decor

ombia says:

I love that bathroom, sleek, timeless and hidden storage space. Kitchen is magic too. And beautiful huge, windows.

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