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Andrew Burges’ Sydney House Pairs Pale Brickwork with Blackened Wood

Pale brickwork lines the living areas of this Sydney house by local studio Andrew Burges Architects, while the bedrooms are located in blackened wood volumes on top. Andrew Burges Architects designed the two-storey Brick House for a family in the city’s north Bondi neighbourhood. Pale clay brick walls make up the ground floor of the residence, which is occupied by the lounge, and the open-plan kitchen and dining ...

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Branch Studio Uses Rammed Earth to Build Melbourne House Extension

This moody Melbourne house extension by local studio Branch Studio Architects features dark rammed-charcoal walls, window nooks and an outdoor bathtub. Branch Studio Architects was asked to extend an existing house for a couple to create a master suite with a bedroom, an en-suite bathroom and extra storage space. The 1990s house “posed little architectural significance and interacted poorly with its context”, according to the architects, who ...

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