Hoa House: Conversion of a 150-Year-Old Melbourne Hotel by IOA Studio

Hoa House: Conversion of a 150-Year-Old Melbourne Hotel by IOA Studio

Project: Hoa House
Architects: IOA Studio
Team: Amy Bracks, Miles Ritzmann-Williams
Location: North Melbourne, Australia
Built: Macca
Photography: Tom Ross

Hoa House is the conversion of the 150 year old Kings Arms Hotel in North Melbourne into a three bedroom home. The existing two level office space was stripped back and transformed into a three story home, with plenty of storage and nooks for the clients extensive collection of furniture and objects. Curves and material changes divide up the awkward, tiny plan.

Hoa House: Conversion of a 150-Year-Old Melbourne Hotel by IOA Studio

Conversion of a 150-Year-Old Melbourne Hotel by IOA Studio

Hoa House: Conversion of a 150-Year-Old Melbourne Hotel by IOA Studio

Conversion of a 150-Year-Old Melbourne Hotel by IOA Studio

Hoa House: Conversion of a 150-Year-Old Melbourne Hotel by IOA Studio

bedroom by IOA Studio

Conversion of a 150-Year-Old Melbourne Hotel by IOA Studio

Hoa House: Conversion of a 150-Year-Old Melbourne Hotel by IOA Studio

Conversion of a 150-Year-Old Melbourne Hotel by IOA Studio

Hoa House: Conversion of a 150-Year-Old Melbourne Hotel by IOA Studio

bathroom design by IOA Studio

Hoa House: Conversion of a 150-Year-Old Melbourne Hotel by IOA Studio

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