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A sensitive adaptation of an original brick warehouse building into a ground floor cafe with generous new apartments with to upper levels.

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One of the secrets of secret house is that the house straddles a double block, and although it is built over three levels, the family living areas and bedrooms are all contained on the ground level.

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The design employs classic sustainable design formal and plan moves yet in an unmistakably contemporary manner; overhanging eaves, north-facing orientation, large north-facing glazing with pergola over, reverse brick veneer, highlight window glazing , exposed concrete slab and custom joinery and wall panels utilising rich red hues of timber veneer.

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…..at once hard-edged, playful, sophisticated and tough in its gritty urban context.

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The honesty and raw character of the existing steel and concrete structure and the generosity of the existing mid-twentieth century commercial space is maintained and enhanced by the new insertions….

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Spatial and textural experience utilise timber for the defining conceptual elements.

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the master-suite has been inspired by the client’s love of antique furniture, with tiles creating a ‘Persian Rug’ effect covering the entire floor and seeing off the original bath and walk-in shower recess with full-length handrail.

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TIDA Australia – Architect-designed kitchen – Highly Commended – mcmahon and nerlich – skin-box house

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Architeam Cooperative – Architecture Award – mcmahon and nerlich – skinbox house

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This glazing, together with the central sliding door, a flush threshold and consistent floor treatments, dissolve the barrier between the living area and the garden.

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