A Modern Approach Meets Victorian Style For The Australian Clifton Hill House
Sep 12, 2013 15:15
The Clifton Hill House is a residential project designed by Nic Owen Architects in Australia. The clients wanted to preserve some of the Victorian elements without neglecting a modern approach in design and sustainability.
“The main objective with the Clifton Hill House was to create a home that both shelters and enhances the daily living of the clients for now and generations to come. The primary function of providing shelter to a family of four that embraces and respects the environment while protecting and sheltering the clients from the harsh elements has resulted in a building that can honestly call itself green.”
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