The active zone of the Heymount house is separated from contemplative zone by a central spine acting as a clear definition which can be regulated to be either fully permeable or closed by means of fully retractable sliding doors.
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With a focus on space, natural light and fluidity, Caroline residence has a sculptural quality which radiates from the central spiral staircase throughout the 3 bedroom home. For such a small site, the house feels generous in proportion …
Located in the historic Boyd designed Domain Park Flats, this apartment offered near pristine preservation of the 1959 original design. Respecting the original design and by adding contemporary interior elements, Domain apartment offers a timelessly elegant retreat in the middle of Melbourne.
Sited on a small inner city block, York Street House reflects a type of urban architecture that is born from contextual constraints and is not only an impressive piece of small architecture that is light filled and spacious, but exemplifies contemporary Australian ideas about inner city living.
Taking inspiration from the iconic Mornington bathing boxes, Parkside Beach House features concrete, timber and brick throughout the building. The property is ideal for multi-family use and balances open and spacious communal areas with the privacy of secluded retreats.