This old Victorian style house now has been given a new life as a contemporary family home that embraces and celebrates its past and future. This boom-time terrace in Melbourne’s inner north under-took a significant overhaul as the internal spaces were opened up to create connection and flow throughout an a previously internal and dark Victorian interior.
Bryant Alsop Architects
Bryant Alsop is a Melbourne based architectural practice working across Melbourne, regional Victoria and New South Wales. Our work spans residential, commercial, hospitality, health, education and institutional sectors, underpinned by a belief that architecture should be uplifting, beautiful and honest. Our aesthetic is warm, textural and clean. We are committed to achieving high design, and providing a service that instills confidence in our clients.
he journey through the Glen Isla house takes visitors along a timber-clad wall punctuated by slot windows framing views to the garden. The interior scheme of the ground floor reflects the formal materiality – solid, grounded concrete terraces and rendered block balanced with polished-concrete screed floors and charcoal coloured ceilings.
Located in Hawthorn, this early Victorian House, known as ‘ Grasmere house ’, has been transformed into a bright and welcoming family home, whilst also retaining, and celebrating its original Victorian character.
No 31 house is a renovation project recently completed by Melbourne-based Bryant Alsop Architects. A significant renovation to a late-19th century workers cottage, has seen the remnants of a 1970′s addition disappear and the spaces transform into light, contemporary house. Strong, restrained colours and materials define spaces and the north-facing sliding doors connect to the deck […]