The Design Emotive • Documentary, Special Interest, 01-Jan-2021
Sometimes you don't need to do much to have a huge impact, and the home of Melbourne architect John Liu of Inbetween Architecture is a testament to that idea. Their 1970s home had great bones, plenty of natural light, and a fantastic north-facing backyard, but his family was beginning to outgrow the space. After a year of finding the right design, a new main bedroom suite was really all that was needed, with a new entry and corridor to connect the new with the old.
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