Brunswick House by Christopher Botterill
by Ted Savage / November 19, 2013
Brunswick House by Christopher Botterill, a home in a suburb of Melbourne, Australia, brings new life to the derelict shell of a per-existing structure in an architecturally eclectic neighbourhood of residential and industrial buildings.


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As far as possible, materials are locally sourced and hand finished. Refurbished original windows are are triple-glazed. A decommissioned fireplace provides structural support and space for a pantry and wine cellar. Photos: Christopher Alexander. Via ArchDaily.

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