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Contemporary Addition and Restoration to a Historic House

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St Webster House is a recently completed expansion project by Moloney Architects in Ballarat, Victoria, Australia.

Description by Moloney Architects: This project is an extension and restoration of a historic home in central Ballarat. The contemporary addition extends from the south side of the existing house.

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A wall of glass sliding doors connects the main living area to the backyard. The roof of the extension is pitched up to the north – with clerestory windows filling the new living spaces with natural light.

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The different structures are connected via a glazed linkway that clearly differentiates the architectural eras, and allows the old and new designs to sit comfortably side by side.

Architect: Moloney Architects
Photography: Shannon McGrath

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