Conceived as a collection of contemporary farm buildings gathered under one expansive gable roof, the house’s form is immediately provocative of the traditional farming structures that once inhabited the local area.
Just past the airport the landscape changes from tract housing to pastoral land and small rural communities. Dotted along the drive are old agricultural outbuildings and early settler dwellings. Nostalgia for this connection between land and building was the guiding principle for our Nulla Vale House and Shed.
Rathmines House is an alteration and addition to a Victorian weatherboard house in Fairfield. The poorly planned layout of the existing dwelling contained a lean-too out the back, housing the laundry and bathrooms to the north and living spaces to the south. A narrow corridor provided the only connection to the backyard.
Shadow Cottage Daylesford responds to the landscape and climate context in which it is sited. Living areas are orientated to north and to the west as the house drops away to capture views of the towering eucalypts in the nature reserve.
Eliza House is a single-family house designed by Melbourne-based MRTN Architects. Sophisticated living on an elevated position enwrapped with the world famous panorama of Port Phillip Bay, this near new ultra modern residence is a grand statement in innovation and luxury. This magnificent 45sq approx. executive home, opens entirely towards a breathtaking sunset terrace with postcard perfect 180-degree […]