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Robson Rak Architects’ renovation of a single fronted Victorian house in Melbourne has turned it from small and dark to large, modern, and light-filled. The architects worked with the existing structure of the 19th century home, but added new walls to transform some of the interior spaces. They also opened up the back of the house to create a sprawling kitchen and living area that folds out into the courtyard. A floor to ceiling glass door and windows bring abundant light into the space, which reflects off the crisp white walls, white splashback, and marble counter top.

The home’s interior design has been expertly executed by Made By Cohen. Timber furniture perfectly complements the light floorboards in the living area, with a deftly placed grey rug that adds dimension to the space. The overall aesthetic of the home is clean and simple, making it a beautifully crafted modern Australian home.

Find Out More: Robson Rak Architects   Photography: Shannon McGrath

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