The Boundary St House is a striking, new house on a small, irregular site in Port Melbourne. The conceptual framework of the project was to draw inspiration from the industrial warehouse building type
Chan Architecture is a design-focused architectural office specialising in high quality residential projects across Melbourne.
After several years working with some of Melbourne's most respected architectural firms, Anthony Chan (BArch, BPD, ARBV, AIA) established Chan Architecture in 2007.
Since then, Chan Architecture has completed a number of successful residential projects across Melbourne, including renovations and extensions, new houses and multi-unit developments.
Our team are experienced, innovative and committed to achieving an outstanding result for every project. Just as importantly, we treat every project whether small, large, simple or complex with absolute commitment and dedication. We are determined to ensure that the completed design and built project satisfies all the client's needs, objectives and aspirations.
We believe that every project should be the result of a collaborative and inclusive process between the client, architect and builder. This attitude manifests itself through all phases of a project from the visualisation of ideas and concepts on paper to the realisation of these ideas and concepts in technical documentation, coordination of key consultants and management of the construction phase.
LOCATION: Melbourne, Australia
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Renovating a semi-detached, single fronted Edwardian terrace house always poses a unique set of challenges. The sites are often long and narrow with a shared party wall on one side and an existing house which can be over 100 years old.
The Cecil Street House project was a renovation and extension to a single fronted, double storey Victorian terrace house in South Melbourne. The existing house was long and narrow, and consisted of a series of dark, dilapidated rooms planned in a linear configuration.
The Molesworth Street house is a renovation and extension to a freestanding Edwardian period home in Kew.