105 V House by Shaun Lockyer Architects
by Ted Savage / December 21, 2012
Dramatic volumes, lightwells and screening bring both privacy and a spacious, open feel to 105 V House by Shaun Lockyer Architects, a renovation and extension of a pre-war cottage in the confines of an inner city neighborbourhood in Brisbane, Australia.


A central well connects old structure with new, and allows the northern sunlight to flood in. Via ArchDaily. Photos: Scott Burrows.


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