Located on the first floor of a 1960s apartment building in the leafy Melbourne suburb of Toorak, the Woori apartment has canopy views and a sense of privacy rarely found in such a location. The rooms are generous, but the 1980s renovation was looking tired.
Inbetween Architecture are Melbourne based architects. Architect John Liu established Inbetween Architecture in 2012, after 10 years experience in a range of industry sectors including residential, public and community buildings, education and retail. John has been fortunate to work within practices at the forefront of innovative ESD (Ecologically Sustainable Development) strategy and he sees this as essential to all the work he does.
To make the most of its privileged position, overlooking Ruffey Lake Park in Doncaster, this 1970s double brick family home has undergone a complete transformation.