A respectfully contextual response to its neighbouring adjacencies, the cottage-fronted family home sees a calming and restrained sense of the familiar injected through a contemporary lens.
Tom Robertson Architects
Tom Robertson Architects are a diverse team, driven by a shared love of exceptional architecture. Tom Robertson began his career with Fender Katsalidis Architects working on major local and international projects. Motivated by his belief in personal, flexible service, he established his own practice in 2013.
Design is a process of collaboration. Tom Robertson Architects are dedicated to an approach that is accessible and consultative, helping clients to refine their ideas and articulate what they love. True collaboration is grounded in trust, open communication and enthusiasm for the project.
LOCATION: Richmond, Victoria, Australia
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