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MELBOURNE Man About the Northside House by Wellard Architects
MELBOURNE Man About the Northside House by Wellard Architects
MELBOURNE Man About the Northside House by Wellard Architects
MELBOURNE Man About the Northside House by Wellard Architects
MELBOURNE Man About the Northside House by Wellard Architects
MELBOURNE Man About the Northside House by Wellard Architects

MELBOURNE Man About the Northside House by Wellard Architects

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DATE: Friday 1 November - 6PM

VENUE: Northside House by Wellard Architects

Clifton Hill, Melbourne, VIC. 

Please note - exact address details will be sent to ticket holders the week of the show

 

Tim Ross and Kit Warhurst return with the latest incarnation of their award winning live show. From London to Palm Springs to Ballarat, this show has performed in architecturally significant homes and buildings for over ten years.

 

Join them as they blend comedy, music and design together in this stunning contemporary home designed by the talented team at Klopper & Davis Architects. 

 


A must see”
New York Times
 
Hilarious”
The Age

Northside House 

This project involved substantial alterations and additions to an existing heritage listed home in the inner-city Melbourne suburb of Clifton Hill. Occupying a prominent corner site, Northside house provided an opportunity to explore sensitive alterations and additions to an intact Federation era home for a young family of four.

 

The corner siting of the building led us to examine the highly visible existing roof pitch and how this might inform our new addition/s. The face pressed red brickwork of the existing house was in excellent condition, and we wanted to tie this in with our extension.

 

A glazed break running both up the Northern external wall, forming a window to the kitchen, and along the roof line, brings light deep into the heart of the new addition through a double height space in which the staircase is located. This ‘splice’ window demarcates the original building fabric and our new addition and allows for light and shadow play to alter the interior spaces of the building throughout the day at both ground and first floor levels.

 

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