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Surry Hills Apartment by Josephine Hurley

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Surry Hills apartment was designed by architect Josephine Hurley in Sydney, Australia.

Warehouse re-use in one of Sydney’s most recognised heritage buildings, the distinctive Edwards & Co. building. Behind the arched windows is a new residence, on the roof a large deck and private retreat. With utmost care, the new works uncover, retain and celebrate the existing fabric of the building. Photos by Tom Ferguson 

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