Victorian residence complete by collaboration
November 27th, 2007
HASSELL was employed in 2005 to design the interiors of a Robert Mills designed residence in Toorak, Victoria.
Having established a design course for the interior, HASSELL then worked collaboratively with Robert Mills Architects, to create a fully integrated house from the inside out.
This newly constructed house now sits completed, expressing spatial simplicity, with interconnected rooms and sculptural gestures, such as the staircase and over sized joinery units.
The second floor looks down over the lap pool, spa and pond running along the northern boundary of the residence, showing off contemporary, yet grand opulence.
The moral of the article? A constructive partnership achieves an outstanding result.
Image Caption: The Ross Street residence, image courtesy of Shannon McGrath
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