A New England-style home in Hawthorn had a lot of interest at auction, with its high-pitched slate roof, dormer windows and red clinker brickwork. However, like many homes of its time, it was a collection of small rooms, making spending time as a family difficult.
So the owner, Dawei, hired Melbourne-based architecture practice Chan Architecture to design a renovation and extension that would give them access to natural light and have a single, large family room where they could gather together. All while creating a seamless transition between the old and new, having the minimalist modern extension feel like part of the existing house.
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