South Yarra House by LSA Architects

An extensive mixture of architectural styles characterizes this densely populated South Yarra street, from traditional pitched-roof weatherboard balconies to flat-roofed made block-work apartment structures. Narrow structures sit tightly side-by-side across the one-way street.

Light-filled spacious internal spaces maintain strong connections to the outside of your building and also the home’s multiple courtyards, clouding internal/exterior limitations.

Concentrating on volume, colour and sun light admission, instead of on applying costly materials, positively influenced the project budget. Use of colour towards the built form encourages the occupants to understand more about further implementation of colour through furnishings and artworks.

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