The Design Emotive • Documentary, Special Interest, 01-Jan-2021
Located on a leafy street in Melbourne's Middle Park sits a heritage home, with an awkward layout that didn't work. Architects Rob and Kate of McMahon and Nerlich transformed the home, adding a little bit more floor area (within heritage controls), as well as a roof deck.
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