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alsoCAN architects Home Office

The front unit of a 4 unit development we call Butcher, Baker Candlestick Maker because we got together with a builder, plumber and electrician.

As it was a development in an ex-industrial area, that was just beginning to gentrify, it was built using economical materials. Originally we were going to sell them all but decided we liked the area. And even though we designed it for sale we designed it to suit people like us; urban creatives.

We chose the front unit so we could have our architect's office downstairs and live above.

Country: Australia
Postcode: 3121
Others who worked on this project: Classic Ceramics, Urban Salvage
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A vertical house with a small footprint that feels large due to the double height space over the living room. -photo by Jane McDougall
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Architect, office on the ground floor, living above. -photo by David Beynon
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Ensuite bathroom open to the bedroom. Bedroom looks into the living room double height space. A deep japanese bath for soaking and sliding glass floating vanity basin bench
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Island benches on wheels fit to the angled wall. Bright retro colours to go with our 50's - 70's furniture. -photo by Jane McDougall
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Daybed over Stair
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Our home office is a 3 storey townhouse with a roof deck. At the top of the stairs to the roof deck we recently built a daybed over the stair. Making the most of a small space to turn it into a sun room. Photo by Jane McDougall
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New blackbutt handrails for our stairs
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We recently added blackbutt handrails, to match the blackbutt timber stairs, with chrome disc patch fittings. Photo byJane McDougall
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Jane McDougall
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