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Heritage Terrace Reborn

Located in Albert Park, a picturesque Melbourne suburb of wide leafy streets and heritage terrace houses, St Vincents Place Residence by practice B.E architecture is a home of stunning contradictions that make my heart go giddy up! Fronted by a beautifully restored Victorian façade, the recently renovated residence features a modern extension whose minimalist design is seamlessly interwoven with the historic character...

set in stone – Melbourne

Located in Armadale, Melbourne, Australia, this monolithic-looking residence by local practice b.e architecture appears as if it has been carved rather than built. Comprising 260 tons of light grey granite this structure could easily be at home in Brazil with its cantilevered 1st floor and design language. Piercing the house’s granite armour, large timber shutters create a subtle juxtaposition, between the...