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Dolls House / Edwards Moore

  • 01:00 - 16 July, 2013
Dolls House / Edwards Moore
© Frasen Marsden
© Frasen Marsden

© Frasen Marsden © Frasen Marsden © Frasen Marsden © Frasen Marsden + 27

© Frasen Marsden
© Frasen Marsden

Text description provided by the architects. The smallest house on the street, renovation of a workers cottage in Fitzroy

Retaining the existing street frontage and primary living areas whilst fragmenting the building addition beyond. Creating courtyards which serve to separate yet connect the functions for living. A collection of raw and untreated finishes creating a grit that compliments the owners desire for an uncomplicated living arrangement.

© Frasen Marsden
© Frasen Marsden

Echoes of the homes history are reflected in discreetly choreographed gold panels located throughout the space.  An abundance of natural light refracting off the all white interiors create a sense of the ethereal, an otherworldly environment hidden amongst the urban grain.

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Cite: "Dolls House / Edwards Moore" 16 Jul 2013. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884

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