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Bungalow-Style Home Extensively Renovated and Extended in Melbourne

Bungalow-Style Home Extensively Renovated and Extended in Melbourne

Architects: Neil Architecture
Project: Bungalow-style Home
Location: Elsternwick, Melbourne, Australia
Photography: Hilary Bradford Photography

The Elizabeth House is an existing single storey bungalow-style home which has been extensively renovated and extended over a single level to accommodate a growing family. It incorporates a generous, well-lit living space which opens on to an extensive outdoor entertaining area.

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A low profile cantilevered roof supported by timber and rendered pillars extends the threshold between internal and external zones. Timber windows frame curated garden views and bring warmth to interior spaces.

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Internally, a large skylight punctuating the central hallway, provides a transition between the existing bungalow house and the new extension.

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