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This extension/renovation transformed this single fronted Edwardian house, bridging the space between the original rear of the house and the brick dairy house to the rear of the property.
The hundred and twenty five year old original dairy house to the rear of the property predates the house, as such restoring and preserving the structure was a principle intent of the works.
This resulted in a spacious three bedroom, two living room and two bathroom home with clever use of the compact spaces to enhance light and functionality. In addition, the old dairy was transformed into a spacious home office and music studio for this young Footscray family
Construction period: 26 weeks
- Hydronic heating
- Sustainably sourced Tasmanian oak hardwood floors and stairs
- Cementel Barestone claddings
- Burnished concrete floors
- Integrated custom in-built furniture and upholstery
- Acoustic barrier and glazing separating the sound studio from the living space
|Project Type||Extension + Renovation|
|Architect||Dan Gayfer Design|
|Images||9 images. Photo Credit: Dean Bradley Photography|