Discover the captivating allure of Bassano, a sumptuously designed retreat located in Red Hill, Australia. This luxurious sanctuary, brought to life by the visionary team at Tom Robertson Architects, breathes new life into two transformed cabins, combining them into a private suite and an artist studio.
The striking blend of pale brick and timber battens exquisitely melds with the surrounding landscape, while inside, a stark contrast prevails with bold, industrial elements and constant views of local farmland, embodying the essence of this renowned winemaking region. Be prepared to be immersed in a world where tradition meets modernity, and where industrial forms blend seamlessly with farmhouse-inspired details.
In the heart of Melbourne, Australia, the Silvertop House stands as a testament to the seamless blend of old and new. Designed by Tom Robertson Architects, this contemporary extension of an Edwardian cottage offers a unique living experience for a modern family.
The original façade is preserved, meeting heritage overlay regulations, while a minimalistic addition introduces a fresh perspective. The pitched roof, adorned with silvertop cladding, invites an abundance of natural light, creating a warm and inviting environment. Timber-framed sliding doors extend this natural aesthetic to a lush garden terrace, blurring the boundaries between indoor and outdoor spaces. This intelligently crafted home maximizes its compact site, balancing practical and joyful family spaces.
An innovative renovation and extension of a beautiful Federation home located in Prahan, Australia, the House for Charlie by Tom Robertson Architects complements the warmth of the existing period features with a clean, contemporary addition.
Located in Melbourne, Australia, the Cable house is a bold and contemporary addition concealed behind the charm of an existing workers cottage. The house is brought back to life with an abundance of light and ventilation, as well as a configuration of spaces more aligned with modern living.