Editorial Interior

Leveson Street Residence

26 February 2017

living steel frame living

wall panelling

living timber





A new building with plenty of natural light, the original front facade is the only hint that this was once a warehouse in the city of Melbourne. Built on a 200m2 block Ha Architecture (a design firm based in Melbourne), have made the most of what limited space they had to create a home feels anything but small inside. With the bedrooms being situated on the ground floor and living areas on the top floor the property boasts views over North Melbourne that provides a sense of open space that is not closed or blocked off from the rest of the world.

With a simple restrained palette of timber, concrete and black steel frames throughout the home it all helped add to the sense of space and the feeling of comfort.

The Details-

  • Leveson Street Residence Melbourne Victoria, 2015.
  • Design by HA Architecture.
  • Builder Pulitano Group.
  • Photographer Tom Blachford.

Visit Ha Architecture to view more of their projects.

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