OOF! Architecture worked together with artist Rose Nolan, to create the Hello House, which features an exterior brick wall of the artists work. The house is located in Richmond, a suburb of Melbourne, Australia.
From the architects
The Hello House is a two-bedroom Victorian-era home and creative studio (and former shop) in Richmond, Melbourne (VIC), Australia. Most noticeably, the home features a large, white-brick wall featuring the word ‘HELLO’, that offers a conversation with the neighbouring buildings and its residents.
A skin of brick is all it takes to keep a secret and two worlds exist happily side by side with a public face that cheerfully greets the street while giving nothing away about the world behind. Inside, the house adjusts to the needs and moods of its residents – a cosy retreat in winter or an airy pavilion in summer – all secret from the outside world.
Rather than blending in or blanding out of its heritage-ous neighbourhood, Hello House is a slightly loud but friendly new face in the street.
Architect: OOF! Architecture
Collaborating Artist: Rose Nolan
Photography by Nic Granleese