This Compact Heritage Home Among the Leaves Has Been Transformed

Located on a leafy street in Melbourne’s Middle Park sits a heritage home, with an awkward layout that didn’t work. Architects Rob and Kate of McMahon and Nerlich transformed the home, adding a little bit more floor area (within heritage controls), as well as a roof deck.

The interiors have been kept simple, with timbers, concrete and contrasting blacks as the main palette. The kitchen reads as a visual statement, with the black island bench and splashback, timber joinery and the powder room to one side, and the stairs on the other.

Website article with photographs and the floor plan;
https://www.thedesignemotive.com/episodes/homes/little-richardson-mcmahon-and-nerlich

McMahon and Nerlich

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