Monday, July 13, 2009

Monday Inspiration - Bouncing children and the Trojan House

This house is in Hawthorn, Melbourne, designed by Jackson Clements Burrows.

It is called the Trojan House, simply because it hides behind a much meeker facade and by its projection over the back garden, cleverly addresses certain planning laws which some might call restrictive but others say protects our heritage streetscapes. The projecting part houses the children's bedrooms.

These are the architects for me. Images thanks to RAIA.

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