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Branch Studio Architects Remodel a 1960s Home in Melbourne, Australia

By Magaly Grosso


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This house built in the 1960s in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, was recently remodeled by Branch Studio Architects. Its current owners, who participated actively in the remodeling and reconstruction of the house, inherited it from their deceased grandparents about 3 years ago.

Inside, the living room décor is composed of retro style furniture done in apple green that fills the space with color and gives it a sense of vibrancy. On the other side is a wooden dining room, also in a retro style. Beside this is the kitchen, composed of light wood-paneled storage cabinets in a minimalist style and in soft tones.

View of the house through the glass walls that overlook the garden
Living room with retro décor in apple green
View of the dining room from the living room
Minimalist kitchen in light colors

The dark stairs with black metal rails, which seem frozen in time, lead us to a wine cellar lit by a hanging glass lamp.

Stairs with black metal rails leading to the wine cellar

The bathroom with dark wood floors, black tile walls and concrete accessories, gives us the impression of a sober and elegant space.

Dark-colored bathroom with accessories in concrete

In the area behind the house we will find wooden platforms lined with perforated metal walls that lead down to the back lawn.

Night view of the terrace and the interior of the house

From the garden, we get a complete view of the final image of the remodeled and renovated home, all through the crystal-clear back walls that separate the indoors from the outdoors.

Night view from the garden

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About Magaly Grosso

Magaly Grosso was born in Venezuela where she grew up and studied Advertising and Marketing. With time, she realized that what she truly wanted to dedicate herself to was Interior Design, which is why she decided to study it and devote herself to it. Learn more about HomeDSGN's Editorial Process.

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