The Avenue by Neil Architecture
by Ted Savage / September 23, 2011
Via @pArq, two houses on a suburban block in Melbourne, Australia, break with the typical cookie-cutter typology of uniform, garage-fronted homes.


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A rammed earth wall anchors the project and serves as divider, while the absence of other boundary definers along the street "preserves the original landscape features and serves to reinforce the prevailing neighbourhood character." More at Neil Architecture. Photos: Rhiannon Slatter.

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