Tucked away in a quiet pocket of a small inner-city 1960s apartment block compromising of 8 units, Itinerant Richmond is a compact 29m² apartment designed to demonstrate that small spaces can be lived in comfortably without sacrificing on design.
Jack Lovel Photography
Jack Lovel is a commercial photographer specialising in architecture and interior subjects. Combining studies in structural drafting and photography at cit perth, he has been based in Melbourne since 2012.
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