Historical buildings

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Barn House

A modern example of a traditional timber shed provides a relaxing new environment for a retired Norwegian couple.
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A Responsible Restoration

Celebrating the distinct character of the original building's 150-year history, this refurbishment becomes an allegory of the beauty of timber and its fundamental strength as a building material. Newly introduced elements are designed to enhance the historical understanding of the building while highlighting the charm of the retained original elements.

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Blue Magnolia

biotope architecture.interiors have renovated an 1840’s stone building in Hobart, to create modern visitor accomodation.
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Historic Hatherlie

This inner city property features precise formal geometry of crafted quality. By using the traditional Japanese yakisugi method of wood preservation, the project is mindful of both its historical significance and the sustainability of the finished extensions.
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102 The Mill

The design goal of ‘102 The Mill’, by Carter Williamson Architects was to celebrate the industrial and varied history of Balmain while creating an modern, inspiring home.
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Suspended Mountain Book House

Chinese studio Shulin Architectural Design has built a translucent public book house for residents of the Liangjiashan village, located in an ancient mountain forest in China’s Zhejiang province.
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Hostel Jyväskylä

Offering a new lease of life to a 1953 office building, Hostel Jyväskylä is located in the heart of Jyväskylä's pedestrian precinct.
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A Rejuvenated Social Space

This community centre, named after infamous local activist Juanita Nielsen, is rejuvenated as a social place without sanitisation or gentrification. The 1888 heritage fabric is retained, up-cycled and celebrated, while precise ceiling geometry creates a distinctive zigzag motif, reminiscent of Juanita's famous portrait.

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