A floor-to-ceiling renovation by Gibson Architects has transformed this 1960's bungalow into a sleek, contemporary house.
Interior designer Jason Bonham introduced texture to balance the muted colour palette.
Concrete, plasterboard, timber and glass – the full extent of the material palette for this home.
Externally, board-formed concrete has been used to visually anchor the house to the site.
This modern, corrugate-clad addition by Scarlet Architects sits behind a traditional villa.
A large window marks the link between the villa and the addition. The ceiling height in the addition has been lowered to reflect the standard ceiling height in a modern house.
The hallway dog-legs to the right into a living area. The sleek, black shelving is the first indication that all is not as it traditionally seems.
From the street, one would expect to step into a classic villa interior.
This former mechanic's workshop has been transformed by architect Mark Smith into a family home with a large open-plan living area.
A simple, industrial-style kitchen was chosen for its minimal look.