WoodWoodWard Architecture created this contemporary home in 2012 for a client living in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
The patterned exterior is due to the use of ‘clinker bricks’, a material favored by architects in the early 20th century for its superior water resistance, thermal conductivity, and charm.
By Sophie • Feb 28, 2013
By Sophie • Dec 1, 2012
This contemporary home was once a dilapidated structure located in Veleslavín, Prague, Czech Republic that offered views of the city.
In 2012, Martin Cenek Architecture brought it back to life as a spacious and energy efficient residence complete with three stories, a pool, and a roof-top terrace.
By admin • Oct 23, 2012
Found on RT Edgar, “this stately and beautifully renovated and extended early Victorian balconied family residence for sale with circular driveway, pool and separate self-contained accommodation” is located in South Yarra, a suburb in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.
The house comprises a formal lounge, a separate dining room and study, a powder room, a kitchen/family meals area and an informal living room opening to terrace and garden.
Scandinavian architectural practice C.F. Møller Architects has designed this atelier and guest house in Danemark for architect and partner Mads Møller.
Originally built in 1969 and enlarged over the year with many additions, the latest extension completed in 2009 includes an atelier and a guest house.