Profile House / Black Line One X Architecture Studio

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The Half Full table and bench by Ross Gardam complement the indoor-outdoor nature of this bungalow in greater Melbourne, Australia. Photo by Peter Bennetts. This originally appeared in Modern Australian Bungalow with a Victorian Ash Facade.

Classic Grey and White Colorbond Surfmist Roof Colorbond Monument gutters Dulux Tranquil Retreat Cladding Dulux Lexicon Half Strength trim, windows Dulux Caviar front door

Colour schemes: Classic Grey and White Colorbond Surfmist Roof Colorbond Monument gutters Dulux Tranquil Retreat Cladding Dulux Lexicon Half Strength trim, windows Dulux Caviar front door

Hume front door and painted in Taubmans Elegant Evening. Walls Milton Moon by Dulux

Paint Colours Hume front door and painted in Taubmans Elegant Evening. Walls Milton Moon by Dulux

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Herringbone house in Melbourne

Industrial design for Victorian terrace

Creative architecture breathes new life into Victorian terrace

Andrew Maynard Architects are the designers behind this gorgeous modern addition to a Victorian home in Melbourne, Australia. The inspired architecture of Vader House came by breaking a few rules.

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Herringbone house in Melbourne

Herringbone house in Melbourne, designed by IF Architecture. The extension features a stunning facade clad in diagonally laid Shadowclad with exaggerated timber joins in a herringbone pattern. Photo by Andrew Johnson.

the ‘Blurred House’ is a major renovation and extension to an original 1930’s Californian bungalow in Melbourne, Australia. http://www.contemporist.com/2012/11/08/blurred-house-by-bild-architects/

* Residential Architecture: Blurred House by Bild Architects

Bild Architecture provides unique sustainable solutions for their clients in all areas of design including homes, monuments, and furniture. The Blurred House built in Melbourne, Australia is named so because Bild Architects built onto an

M Street Residence:  Outdoor Room

The side of the home and outdoor room addition. From 'Light Home' magazine article.

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