Chamfer House

Chamfer House revisits a post and beam dwelling designed in 1977 by Kevin Borland. It sits within an established garden overlooking Port Phillip Bay.
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Exposed existing timber beams overhead the lounge area | Chamfer House by Mihaly Slocombe (2015) | Frankston South, Victoria, Australia | photo: Andrew Latreille

Chamfer House

Project revisited - Chamfer House finished in The lines on the roof mark the positions of old walls a remnant of the history of the house. The new bookshelf showcases our clients' daughters' amazing collection. Construction by Photo by by mihalyslocombe

Under the exposed timber beams of the exisiting residence origionally  designed by Kevin Borland. A new timber screen has been added to shield the spiral stair with a honed bluestone tile floor defining the main articulation spine | Chamfer House by Mihaly Slocombe (2015) | Frankston South, Victoria, Australia | photo: Andrew Latreille

Chamfer House

Under the exposed timber beams of the exisiting residence origionally designed by Kevin Borland. A new timber screen has been added to shield the spiral stair with a honed bluestone tile floor defining the main articulation spine

Apex of the kids study nook with a view into the pool area | Chamfer House by Mihaly Slocombe (2015) | Frankston South, Victoria, Australia | photo: Andrew Latreille

Chamfer House

Chamfer House revisits a post and beam dwelling designed in 1977 by Kevin Borland. Project completed by Mihaly Slocombe Architect.

Paired back study area featuring spotted gum veneer joinery and custom-designed furniture pulls| Chamfer House by Mihaly Slocombe (2015) | Frankston South, Victoria, Australia | photo: Andrew Latreille

Chamfer House

Junction between the study and main living areas under the exposed timber ceiling originally designed by Kevin Borland | Chamfer House by Mihaly Slocombe (2015) | Frankston South, Victoria, Australia | photo: Andrew Latreille

Chamfer House

Image 13 of 25 from gallery of Chamfer House / Mihaly Slocombe Architect. Photograph by Andrew Latreille

Master bedroom and en suite with honed bluestone tiles and Victorian ash timber window frames | Chamfer House by Mihaly Slocombe (2015) | Frankston South, Victoria, Australia | photo: Andrew Latreille

Chamfer House

Image 7 of 25 from gallery of Chamfer House / Mihaly Slocombe Architect. Photograph by Andrew Latreille

Exposed existing timber beams overhead the dining room and living area with a feature fireplace | Chamfer House by Mihaly Slocombe (2015) | Frankston South, Victoria, Australia | photo: Andrew Latreille

Chamfer House

Image 10 of 25 from gallery of Chamfer House / Mihaly Slocombe Architect. Photograph by Andrew Latreille

The blue tiled swimming pool is surrounded by Australian natives. The angled window headings page hommage to the chamfered ceiling of the original house | Chamfer House by Mihaly Slocombe (2015) | Frankston South, Victoria, Australia | photo: Andrew Latreille

Chamfer House

A reimagining of a post and beam house from the Chamfer House mixes original features like the wooden ceilings with more modern expanses of steel and glass. During the renovation, the living and sleeping areas were modified to better.

The chamfered compressed cellulose reinforced sheet on the underside of the balcony protecting the master bedroom | Chamfer House by Mihaly Slocombe (2015) | Frankston South, Victoria, Australia | photo: Andrew Latreille

Chamfer House

Chamfer House revisits a post and beam dwelling designed in 1977 by Kevin Borland. Project completed by Mihaly Slocombe Architect.

Master bedroom with articulated ceiling beams discretly shielded externally by the chamfered compressed cellulose reinforced sheet and spotted gum timber balcony | Chamfer House by Mihaly Slocombe (2015) | Frankston South, Victoria, Australia | photo: Andrew Latreille

Chamfer House

Master bedroom with articulated ceiling beams discretly shielded externally by the chamfered compressed cellulose reinforced sheet and spotted gum timber balcony

Detail of the chamfered master suite balcony wall featuring compressed cellulose reinforced sheet and sotted gum timber decking | Chamfer House by Mihaly Slocombe (2015) | Frankston South, Victoria, Australia | photo: Andrew Latreille

Chamfer House

Image 4 of 25 from gallery of Chamfer House / Mihaly Slocombe Architect. Photograph by Andrew Latreille

Honed bluestone tiles and a burnished concrete benchtop are the primary material features of the laundry. | Chamfer House by Mihaly Slocombe (2015) | Frankston South, Victoria, Australia | photo: Andrew Latreille

Chamfer House

Chamfer House revisits a post and beam dwelling designed in 1977 by Kevin Borland. Project completed by Mihaly Slocombe Architect.

New meets old; the exposed timber beams from the original residence designed by Australian architect Kevin Borland over the spotted gum timber veneer kitchen joinery| Chamfer House by Mihaly Slocombe (2015) | Frankston South, Victoria, Australia | photo: Andrew Latreille

Chamfer House

New meets old; the exposed timber beams from the original residence designed by Australian architect Kevin Borland over the spotted gum timber veneer kitchen joinery

Rear facade as seen from the pool featuring chamfered windows looking into the kids study nook | Chamfer House by Mihaly Slocombe (2015) | Frankston South, Victoria, Australia | photo: Andrew Latreille

Chamfer House

Image 11 of 25 from gallery of Chamfer House / Mihaly Slocombe Architect. Photograph by Andrew Latreille

Exposed existing timber beams overhead a study nook for the kids and a long concrete topped long bench seat that doubles as an entertainment unit | Chamfer House by Mihaly Slocombe (2015) | Frankston South, Victoria, Australia | photo: Andrew Latreille

Chamfer House

Chamfer House involved the alteration of a 1977 Kevin Borland-designed post and beam dwelling at Olivers Hill. Designed by, Mihaly Slocombe, the project is is a sensitive yet thorough intervention.

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