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Cross Street Project in Bondi Beach, Sydney

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The clever design team at CM have renovated this beautiful home in Bondi, Sydney, and have listed it on the market to sell as is, or empty.

The Cross Street Project is more than just the redesign of an existing ground floor Bronte apartment, it is also a collaboration between CM Studio, who undertook the design, and project management, with a number of local retailers, designers, and artists, to create a beautiful, beachside home that is both livable, and shoppable.

Project Manager: CM Studio with Australian Carpentry Contractors
Photography: Carolin McCredie

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