Branch Studio Architects Revamps 1960s House in Melbourne, Australia

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Writer's House by Branch Studio Architects
This 1960s house in suburban Melbourne, Australia, has been recently remodeled by Branch Studio Architects into a contemporary home for the current s owner’s granddaughter.

Called Writer’s House, the projects includes an alteration and additional to an existing orange brick veneer residence that was originally designed in the late 1960’s by Michael R E Feldhagen.

Inside the house was filled with beautifully by the bespoke joinery created by Jacob Rudowsky – a popular local craftsman – shortly after the house was completed.

The kitchen features contemporary cabinets fronted by lime-washed plywood, while the living space is furnished with old sofas reupholstered in vibrant green fabric. The bathrooms features with a concrete tub and black tile walls and concrete accessories.

“The project consisted of an extensive internal renovation and some external works”. The result is a new contemporary home that was more appreciate to the modernist style of architecture.
Writer's House by Branch Studio Architects

Writer's House by Branch Studio Architects

Writer's House by Branch Studio Architects

Writer's House by Branch Studio Architects

Writer's House by Branch Studio Architects

Writer's House by Branch Studio Architects

Writer's House by Branch Studio Architects

Writer's House by Branch Studio Architects

Writer's House by Branch Studio Architects

Writer's House by Branch Studio Architects
Photography by Peter Clarke

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-by Nabila

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