Reviving history: A modern twist on a Federation Era cottage

“A full interior and exterior renovation of a c.1905 federation cottage and converted stables outbuilding. The extensive renovation aims to blur the line between old and new, original and reinterpreted. Respecting its federation past, the renovation provides a contemporary overlay that honours decorative ornamentation and materials familiar to the federation era. Interior colour, decoration and furniture selections were inspired by the extensive collection of art painted by our client over a number of years. “

House in Kensington by Sydney-based Architect George (where surprisingly no one called George works).

Reviving history: A modern twist on a Federation Era cottage
Reviving history: A modern twist on a Federation Era cottage
Reviving history: A modern twist on a Federation Era cottage
Reviving history: A modern twist on a Federation Era cottage
Reviving history: A modern twist on a Federation Era cottage
Reviving history: A modern twist on a Federation Era cottage
Reviving history: A modern twist on a Federation Era cottage
Reviving history: A modern twist on a Federation Era cottage
Reviving history: A modern twist on a Federation Era cottage
Reviving history: A modern twist on a Federation Era cottage
Reviving history: A modern twist on a Federation Era cottage
Reviving history: A modern twist on a Federation Era cottage
Reviving history: A modern twist on a Federation Era cottage
Reviving history: A modern twist on a Federation Era cottage
Reviving history: A modern twist on a Federation Era cottage
Reviving history: A modern twist on a Federation Era cottage
Reviving history: A modern twist on a Federation Era cottage
Reviving history: A modern twist on a Federation Era cottage
Reviving history: A modern twist on a Federation Era cottage
Reviving history: A modern twist on a Federation Era cottage

Photography by Pablo Veiga.

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