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Architects office Studioplusthree has overhauled a traditional house in Sydney for a pair of musicians, adding a recycled-brick extension that features a projecting black steel awning. Situated in the suburb of Marrickville, Llewellyn House is a typical example of the Federation style that was prevalent in Australia at the turn of the 20th century. It was in a derelict condition when the owners asked Studioplusthree to transform into a modern, light-filled living and rehearsal space for its owners.

Inviting life into a once-derelict Marrickville cottage, a complete renovation, and new extension establishes living and rehearsal space for two musicians. A comfortable retreat set within a garden; original Federation interiors are restored in crisp white, while new elements are introduced in a restrained palette of dark timber, steel, and porcelain.

Inviting life into a once-derelict Marrickville cottage, a complete renovation, and new extension establishes living and rehearsal space for two musicians. A comfortable retreat set within a garden; original Federation interiors are restored in crisp white, while new elements are introduced in a restrained palette of dark timber, steel, and porcelain.

 

 

[Source:- Interiorzine]