The terrace house : reframing the Australian dream / edited by Cameron Bruhn & Katelin Butler.Publication details: Port Melbourne, Victoria : Thames & Hudson Australia, 2018.Edition: Compact editionDescription: 271 pages : illustrations (chiefly colour), plans ; 29 cmISBN:
- 9781760760199 (hardback)
- Spine title: Terrace house : reimagined for the Australian way of life
- Terrace houses -- Australia
- Architecture, Domestic -- Australia
- Architectural design -- Australia
- Architectural design -- Australia -- 21st century
- Architecture, Domestic -- Australia -- 21st century
- Architecture, Domestic $z Australia $y 21st century
- Architectural design $z Australia $y 21st century
- Terrace houses $z Australia
- Architecture, Domestic $z Australia
- Architectural design $z Australia
- 728.3120994 23
- NA7469 .T47 2018
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First published: 2015.
Introduction / Cameron Bruhn & Katelin Butler -- Terrace house in the Australian context / Howard Tanner -- From within : architect: Bennett and Trimble, poject: Paddington Terrace / words: Olivia Hyde ; photography: Peter Bennetts -- Jewel box : architect: Karen Abernathy Architects, poject: Jewel House / words: Sarah Hurst ; photography: Scottie Cameron -- Borrowed light : architect: Tobias Partners, poject: Double Bay House / words: Lucy Maloney ; photography: Justin Alexander -- Puzzle pieces : architect: Wallard Architects, poject: South Melbourne Terrace / words: Elle Leonclo ; photography: Derek Swalwell -- Light cannon : architect: Carter Williamson Architects, poject: Light Cannon House / words: David Walsh ; photography: Kaherine Lu -- Cross stitch : architect: FMO Architects, poject: Cross Stitch House / words: Tody Horrocks ; photography: Nicole England -- Three by two : architect: Panov Scott Architects, poject: Three by Two House / words: David Walsh ; photography: Brett Boardman -- Open & shut : architect: Philip Stejskel Architecture, poject: Bellevue Terrace / words: Hayley Currow ; photography: Robert Frith -- Light box : architect: Edwards Moore Architects, poject: Light Box / words: Mark Scruby ; photography: Fraser Marsden -- Upside down : architect: Chenchow Little Architects, poject: Skylight ouse / words: Peter Salhani ; photography: John Gollings -- Shard space : architect: Fearns Studio, poject: Bondi House / words: Lucy Moloney ; photography: Tom Ferguson -- Cloud space : architect: Andrew Simpson Architects, poject: Bower House / words: Mark Scruby ; photography: Peter Bennetts -- Breathe in : architect: Scale Architecture, poject: Lung Courtyard Hosue / words: David Walsh ; photography: Brett Boardman -- Serpentine : architect: CO-OP Architects, poject: Annondale Hosue / words: Genevive Lilley ; photography: Ross Honeysett -- Garden state : architect: Paul Bruce Design, poject: Surrey Hills Resdience Two / words: Freya Lombardo ; photography: Sherrin Rees -- Plus one : architect: Tribe Studio, poject: House McBeath / words: Genevive Lilley ; photography: Katherine Lu Genevive Lilley -- Two's company : architect: Andrew Maynard Architects, poject: Hosue House / words: Metiiú Ward ; photography: Peter Bennetts -- Living together : architect: Benn + Pena Architecture, poject: Balmain Houses / words: David Walsh ; photography: Katherine Lu, Tom Ferguson -- Double take : architect: Anthony Gill Architects, poject: Paddington Hosue / words: Ted Quinton ; photography: Peter Bennetts -- View finder : architect: Candalopes Associates, poject: Birchgrove House / words: Genevive Lilley ; photography: Richard Glover -- Architects -- Authors -- Photgraphers -- Credits.
With British precedents and working-class origins, the terrace house has a story of remarkable resilience. Today it is highly sought-after for its nostalgic charm and inner-city locale. A new generation of homeowners is making their mark by working with architects and designers to reimagine the terrace house for a twenty-first-century lifestyle. From subtle refinements to bold geometric forms, alterations and additions are often hidden from the street creating a sense of intrigue about what lies behind, above or beyond the romantic facade. This collection of homes celebrates the incredible history and enduring appeal of these well-loved buildings.
Previous edition 2015.