Swanky laneway house in Melbourne is built of recycled red brick

Austin Maynard Architects continues their valiant fight against the cookie-cutter McMansions of Australia with a beautiful new project built of recycled red brick. Located in Richmond, Melbourne within a laneway, the Brickface is a compact house addition at the end of the existing building’s rear yard. The modern and playful extension includes a garage on the ground level, studio living/guest suite above, and a roof deck.

Brickface stands out from its laneway neighbors thanks to its…

from Inhabitat – Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building http://inhabitat.com/swanky-laneway-house-in-melbourne-is-built-of-recycled-red-brick
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