Bentleigh, 2017

Inspired by the early 20th century warehouses, this home is comprised of three intersecting volumes. The planning utilises split levels and the site topography to provide zoning and voluminous experiences. The entry intervention was made by a cutting – supported by a folded concrete lintel – providing a re-interpretation of the traditional warehouse and brick structures.


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