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- Photography by Aidan Halloran
- Architect ITN architects
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This project, completed in 2009, entailed an interior renovation of a low slung, classic 1960s modern home originally designed by Melbourne architect, Tom Jacobi.
The house had been decorated in the 1980s with a rococo fantasy interior, which sat badly with the original architecture. The brief was to strip back the inappropriate decoration, and revive the glamorous, modern aesthetic of the original while adding the amenities of a contemporary home.
Team Architect: Aidan Halloran
Once confined to sports or school facilities, steel lockers are now being chosen to support collaboration in the evolving workplace.