While considering the client’s brief of a two-bedroom, two-bathroom house, our design managed to reduce the overall footprint of the brick veneer house and provide generous flowing living spaces with deep connection to the natural suburban landscape and the heritage of the existing house.
John Gollings is an Australian architectural photographer. He is known for his technique of architectural photography at night using partial artificial light over a period of time. Gollings holds a master's degree in Architecture from RMIT University and an Honorary Fellowship of the Australian Institute of Architects.
The site is a small 300m2 suburban block in south east Melbourne. The brief was to design a new dwelling to accommodate a family of 4 while also including flexible spaces which can change as the children grow and the needs change.
Named after its sunny corner block, True North house is a home for an architect and family. The site contains two dwellings. At the rear, stables built in the 1880s was renovated to a one bedroom townhouse