How This Coastal Home Renovation Reduced Its Construction Waste



Solomon Troup Architects addresses the global construction waste issue by preserving the existing building fabric for their Point Lonsdale House. Much of the house was retained, with the central living zone being reworked to include a new open-plan living room, kitchen and dining room, a new entry, mudroom, powder room, and butler’s pantry. A small addition provided a new main bedroom wing with a view over the garden, showing that even small changes can have a big impact on the livability of a home.

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https://simpledwelling.net/episodes/homes/point-lonsdale-house-solomon-troup


Point Lonsdale House by Solomon Troup
https://www.solomontroup.com.au
https://www.instagram.com/solomontroup

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