Fitzroy House by Techne Architects

True to the adage that you should never judge a book by its cover, the Fitzroy House’s heritage facade doesn’t give away the modern game it houses. Boasting a sassy trio of levels on the back, the landmark property is the handiwork of Techne Architects who not only completed the rear addition but successfully restored the original building.┬áThe new build spans the kitchen and living room on the lower level, with an open-air pavilion overhead.┬áThe ground floor opens up to the courtyard while the windows in the kitchen pop open to create a bar for the people hanging outside in the yard. Every considered element takes into account the homeowner’s love to socialise, work and spend time together, culminating in a space that seamlessly blends the old with the new.

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