This house occupies the site of a former cheese factory in the inner city suburb of North Melbourne. The home is surrounded by an eclectic mix of buildings: to the east is a three storey 1950s cream brick apartment block; to the west a two storey Victorian terrace house; the eastern boundary is a mixture of brick warehouse buildings, and opposite is a 1860s bluestone church. It is fitting, therefore, that the mixture of domestic and industrial design engages with all of its neighbours.
RAIA National, Residential Architecture, Commendation 2012
RAIA (VIC), Harold Desbrowe-Annear Award for Residential Architecture 2012