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Willoughby House

An ever changing experiment in living with colour, pattern and texture. The furniture and decoration reveals several influences, including mid century design - an eclectic, relaxed and contemporary mix.

Underlying the pops of colour is a meticulously worked floorplan, which makes sense for this family of five. Thorough attention has been paid to creating a home which functions for the family's needs exactly, with custom designed joinery.

Photos by Suzanne Gorman + Sean Fennessy + Zan Wimberley
Project Year: 2008
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