Neil Architecture

Posted on Wed, 13 Jan 2016 by midcenturyjo

Elwood House is a single storey, bayside residence that has been renovated to better suit its location and the needs of a growing family. Voids and skylights create sun-lit internal spaces that are balanced by natural timber, white and grey surfaces. Large living spaces open to sunny courtyard gardens with outdoor entertaining areas and a pool, giving this home a relaxed and inviting feel.

Love it! The light, the clean, modern lines, those steel framed windows and doors, the seamless transition from inside to out and once you’re outside… just as impressive. Elwood House by Melbourne-based Neil Architecture.

Photography by Hilary Bradford.

Sara says:

Simple and stunning. My dream house….

DebraKim1956 says:

Absolutely love this, seems very well thought out with regards especially to flow and actually living in it! I wonder what the storage is like…
The landscaping in particular also seems really liveable.

Would have loved to see a floor plan as well.

A pity this style of house seems more common on other continents. (I live in London and here affordable houses seem to be mainly really really old and not suited to modern lifestyles….)

One of my favourites!

DebraKim1956 says:

P.S. I wonder though where they put the Tv and its accompanying paraphernalia.

ombia says:


@DebraKim – tv is here and everything else probably under it×600.jpg?__SQUARESPACE_CACHEVERSION=1452629497938

Velvet Lady says:

I love the ceiling light above the dining table! Where is it from?

KiM says:

@Velvet Lady – I think it's a Lindsey Adelman light

Suzanne James says:

The TV is to the right of the fireplace 🙂

Sonia says:

Where is the dining table from? Thanks!

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