Crone Partners designed the Good House in a suburb of Melbourne, Australia.

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Description from Crone Partners

The Good House was all about creating a home for its occupants; within the relatively tight inner suburban location and restrictive building envelope. A home that not only delivers a warm, beautiful and inviting place to live in; but also a home that allows for growth and change for the family to insert the detail of their changing lives.

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CRONE PARTNERS, collaborative approach to design with the client helped to rationalise their wish list into a concise and deliverable brief which ultimately, ensured optimum project solution tailored specially for the client.

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The project is realised through a series of simple intersecting and overlapping rectangular forms, with each ‘box’ offering a zone within the home. This creates private and shared spaces that flow into one another. This interior is warm and welcoming, but equally sophisticated. The interior is essentially a blank canvas that allows the family to add their personality to each individual space. These interior spaces can be opened up and connected or locked down for restricted, intimate use; the rooms cater for the variance of their day-to-day lives.

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Architecture: Crone Partners

Photography: Derek Swalwell and Peter Clarke

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