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White, cool greys and sharp black blend to meet two styles 120 years apart in this contemporary update to an Edwardian home.
Architecture by @solomontroup
Interior and styling by home owner Emma Clark at @studioech
Photography by @insideoutmag
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THAT House by @austinmaynardarchitects
Australian homes are the largest in the world. This is a significant prob-
lem for Australia. A stable economy, aspirational culture and relatively flat topography have enabled Australians to occupy homes that are far bigger than they require. Melbourne’s flat landscape, loose topo- graphical boundaries and rapidly growing population have meant that large homes have spread over the food belt and into arid areas. Large homes, and their associated sprawl, are highly problematic. Services and infrastructure, such as food, water, electricity, communications, health and education are stretched at great expense to the public, both financially and environmentally. Large, deep homes are less responsive to the climates of Australia’s cities. Therefore heating and cooling de- mands are radically increased. Large homes, and the subsequent sprawl, place significant demands on private car ownership and associ- ated infrastructure, which is by far the least sustainable transport option. People who are unable to drive (the elderly, children, people with disabil- ities, etc) are often left isolated without reliable alternative transport op- tions. Walking and riding become difficult, and often dangerous, in sprawl areas.