Ladrillo

Ladrillo (Spanish for 'brick') takes its cues from the Spanish Mission architectural style of the original cottage. Punctuated by a central courtyard distinctly separating spaces, the design maintains visual connections through the light, airy open architecture, which ultimately creates a beautiful backdrop for family life.
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Ladrillo | Brisbane Australia | Shaun Lockyer Architects

Ladrillo | Brisbane Australia | Shaun Lockyer Architects

Ladrillo | Brisbane Australia | Shaun Lockyer Architects

Ladrillo | Brisbane Australia | Shaun Lockyer Architects

Ladrillo | Brisbane Australia | Shaun Lockyer Architects

Ladrillo | Brisbane Australia | Shaun Lockyer Architects

Ladrillo | Brisbane Australia | Shaun Lockyer Architects

Ladrillo | Brisbane Australia | Shaun Lockyer Architects

Ladrillo | Brisbane Australia | Shaun Lockyer Architects

Ladrillo | Brisbane Australia | Shaun Lockyer Architects

Ladrillo | Brisbane Australia | Shaun Lockyer Architects

Ladrillo | Brisbane Australia | Shaun Lockyer Architects

Ladrillo | Brisbane Australia | Shaun Lockyer Architects

Ladrillo | Brisbane Australia | Shaun Lockyer Architects

Ladrillo | Brisbane Australia | Shaun Lockyer Architects

Ladrillo | Brisbane Australia | Shaun Lockyer Architects

Ladrillo | Brisbane Australia | Shaun Lockyer Architects

The renovated Ladrillo residence takes cues from the original Spanish style. Breezway Louvre Windows help to give a spacious and open feel to this family home.

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