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Extended Heritage: Victorian-Style Armadale House Gets a Glassy Upgrade

It is easy to fall in love with a classic-modern home like the Armadale House 1, a beautiful double-fronted Victorian-style house nestled in a quiet neighborhood of Melbourne. Revamped, refurbished and infused with modernity, this extended Victorian home finds that ideal balance between past and future, as its untouched, traditional street façade hides a contemporary, glass-draped rear extension crafted by Mitsouri Architects. A trend in home renovation that refuses to fade away, smart extensions like these not only save time and precious resources but also give homeowners newfound ergonomic flexibility.

Contemporary rear extension of Victorian home in Armadale Melbourne Australia Extended Heritage: Victorian Style Armadale House Gets a Glassy Upgrade

Viewed from the street, the novel extension is almost invisible, and it only becomes a part of the home’s visual once you step in. This was an essential component of the overall design, as it kept the historic appeal of the house unaltered, while the extension with glass walls and large, floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors brought in ample natural ventilation. The new kitchen and dining room are housed in the contemporary two-level addition that flows into the garden. A glazed walkway and beautiful green spaces further enhance the striking indoor-outdoor interplay that is completely altered after the nifty makeover.

Armadale House 1 by Mitsouri Architects, Melbourne

Smart extension to Victorian home in Australia

Traditional Victorian home with a modren rear extension

Contemporary living space of Aussie home connected with the greenery outside

Glazed walkway and glass extension give the classic home a modern vibe

Marble kitchen island and backsplash give the interior a vibe of luxury

The color scheme inside the house is kept largely neutral, with white being the hue of choice and black window frames defining and anchoring individual spaces ever so effectively. Dark wooden floors and a brick wall just outside add to the textural beauty of the Armadale House 1, accomplishing a simple, effective and functional transformation. [Photography: Michael Kai Photography]

Dining room with glass walls

Skylight brings natural light into white, contemporary bathroom

Woodsy wallpaper adds pattern to the bathroom without disturbing the color scheme

Classic and contemporary fetaures of the bathroom inside the Armadale house

Street facade of the revamped Armadale House 1 by Mitsouri Architects

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