Intimate but open living room

Featherston House by Robin Boyd

The Featherston House in Ivanhoe, Melbourne, designed by Robin Boyd in 1967 featured in a new Thames & Hudson book ‘Indoor Green: Living with Plants’. Written by Bree Claffey.

View from the studio, showing dining room. Glass curtain wall grabs the attention towards the view. Plastic sheeting on roof filters the light into the large space

Featherston House by Robin Boyd

The Featherston House in Ivanhoe, Melbourne, designed by Robin Boyd in 1967 featured in a new Thames & Hudson book ‘Indoor Green: Living with Plants’. Written by Bree Claffey. Photography by Lauren Bamford.

Robin Boyd- Featherston House, Ivanhoe, 1967-69  Exterior

Proximity to natural forestry

Grant Featherston House. 22 The Boulevard. Ivanhoe Vic. Robin Boyd. 1969  Use of materials to reflect light into the space. Attention grabbed by the light coming through the ceiling high curtain glass wall

22 The Boulevard. 1969 Use of materials to reflect light into the space. Attention grabbed by the light coming through the ceiling high curtain glass wall

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