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Toorak2 House Renovation by Robson Rak

Toorak2 House Renovation by Robson Rak

Recently renovated by Robson Rak, The Toorak2 House is an existing 1983 mock-Georgian home. The client entertained the idea of building a new home on the site, but decided to give the designers the challenge of inserting a new interior into the existing building. “The brief was to correct the faux stylising of the 80’s whilst maintaining the restrained essence of the home, modernise where necessary, and create a functional, dynamic home to see the clients well into the future.”

 
 Photo by Brooke Holm

Photo by Brooke Holm

 Photo by Brooke Holm

Photo by Brooke Holm

 Photo by Brooke Holm

Photo by Brooke Holm

 Photo by Brooke Holm

Photo by Brooke Holm

 Photo by Brooke Holm

Photo by Brooke Holm

 Photo by Brooke Holm

Photo by Brooke Holm

 Photo by Brooke Holm

Photo by Brooke Holm

 Photo by Brooke Holm

Photo by Brooke Holm

 Photo by Brooke Holm

Photo by Brooke Holm

 Photo by Brooke Holm

Photo by Brooke Holm

 Photo by Brooke Holm

Photo by Brooke Holm

 Photo by Brooke Holm

Photo by Brooke Holm

 Photo by Brooke Holm

Photo by Brooke Holm

 Photo by Brooke Holm

Photo by Brooke Holm

 Photo by Brooke Holm

Photo by Brooke Holm

 

Architecture by Robson Rak Architects & Interior Designers
Text by Team Yellowtrace
Photography by Brooke Holm
Styling by Marsha Golemac

Reposted from Yellowtrace
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