The Design Emotive • Documentary, Special Interest, 01-Jan-2020
You don't really associate a hamburger with a home design, but for architects Jesse and Seada, this was the approach they took. On a block measuring only 76m2 (818sqft), it was split in half with a pair of three-bedroom vertical townhouses, which meant they couldn't go 'out', so they went 'up'.
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