Post-War Home Aesthetics Combined with Cozy Modernity Inside the Barton House

There are plenty of different routes that you can take when it comes to new additions to old homes that are in need of a fresh lease of life. This post-war house in Australia takes an approach that combines warmth of wood, with a stylish contemporary interior and sculptural overtones that are just captivating. The street faade of the house revamped by Julie Firkin Architects remains largely unaltered with its heritage appeal being carefully preserved while the new interior with the living area, kitchen and dining opens up into the rear yard. The connectivity of spaces is seamless with the folded wooden roof design offering just the right amount of shade.


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