Fitzroy North Townhouse
Starting as a solid 70s shell, this inner city townhouse has been transformed into a chic, cosy and functional abode for a couple and their cherished fur babes.
Cues from salvaged building elements, such as retro timber wall panelling, modestly painted bricks and bold exposed structure, influence the new features. With refined finishes and strong colours, the new injections blend with humble building elements, celebrating the subtle retro patterns of the existing home. The new features are basic, with textured forms standing strong against the classic brick work and rough sawn timber joists above.
The tiny garden is packed with life in ever changing hues. An extra room to gaze upon and to relax in as an extension of the living space.
Interiors & Garden by Lisa Breeze Architect
Photographs by Caitlin Mills
Styling by Tamara Maynes