A Chic Family Home In The Heart Of Fitzroy Is For Sale!

A Chic Family Home In The Heart Of Fitzroy Is For Sale!

On The Market

by Lucy Feagins, Editor

The double heigh living room allows light to flood into the space via the north-facing courtyard.

Glass brick wall inserts puncture the solid exterior wall, allowing light to spill in from all angles.

Crazy paving is present inside and out!

The north-facing courtyard connects to all the communal areas on the ground floor via sliding glass doors.

The main bedroom connects to its own private balcony.

You can tell this house is great on the inside, just from looking at the outside!

Nestled in probably the most sought-after pocket of Fitzroy, this light-filled, open plan home is a feast of glorious textures and materials.

The young family who have lived here for the last four years undertook a thoughtful, design-led renovation with the intention of bringing the interiors up to speed

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Cormach Evans On Creating Space For Aboriginal Excellence, On TDF Talks

Cormach Evans On Creating Space For Aboriginal Excellence, On TDF Talks

Podcast

by Sasha Gattermayr

Yorta Yorta man Cormach Evans was raised on Wadawurrung Country in Geelong, Victoria. Here he is there with his daughter, Winnie, in 2020. Photo – Nikole Ramsay.

Teaching son Waari how to play to the didgeridoo. Photo – Nikole Ramsay.

Cormach with his wife Coco Eke and their two children. Cormach and Coco founded Ngarrimili – a not-for-profit small business incubator for First Nations entrepreneurs – in 2019, a few years after he founded Strong Brother Strong Sister – a youth program and mentoring network for Aboriginal kids. Photo – Nikole Ramsay.

Cormach Evans currently lives on Larrakia Country (Darwin) with his wife and business partner Coco Eke, and their two children, Waari and Winnie. Before that, he was based on Wadawurrung Country in Geelong, where he founded and operates two community-led organisations supporting First

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Greenhouse Interiors Have Transformed This Heritage Warehouse Into A Fully Shoppable Interiors Mega Space!

Greenhouse Interiors Have Transformed This Heritage Warehouse Into A Fully Shoppable Interiors Mega Space!

Shopping

by Sasha Gattermayr

The heritage warehouse space in Geelong spans two storeys and 600 square metres. Photo – Armelle Habib.

The space has been fully glammed up, even from the outside… The front doors are painted with Dulux Natural Flora. Photo – Armelle Habib.

Julia Green and her husband Adam! Photo – Armelle Habib.

The interiors were designed by Jessica Bettenay of Resident Avenue. Photo – Armelle Habib.

The sweeping staircase leads up to the second floor. Photo – Armelle Habib.

Every corner of the place is shoppable – including the paint colours carpets, light fittings and floors! Photo – Armelle Habib.

Incredible wing-like light shades. Photo – Armelle Habib.

The counter is clad with pink marble on one side and earthy tiles on the other. Photo – Armelle Habib.

The dining room! Featuring home

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A Secluded Alpine A-Frame In The Kangaroo Valley

A Secluded Alpine A-Frame In The Kangaroo Valley

Stays

by Sasha Gattermayr

Photo – Hayley Rafton.

Photo – Hayley Rafton.

Photo – Hayley Rafton.

Photo – Hayley Rafton.

Photo – Hayley Rafton.

Photo – Hayley Rafton.

Photo – Hayley Rafton.

Photo – Hayley Rafton.

Photo – Hayley Rafton.

The A-frame in Kangaroo Valley, nestled between the Southern Highlands and the New South Wales South Coast, is a staple of the slow living movement. Rather than a television there is a stack of boardgames, the hot tub is heated with a wood fire instead of electricity, and a glass pot with paper filters in place of a coffee machine. At every opportunity, the choice is to be unplugged rather than switched on.

Owners Sophie and Ben designed it exactly that way, envisioning a space to reconnect with simple pleasures while surrounded by rugged, beautiful landscape.

Crucial to this mission was a

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An Equally Practical + Aspirational Family Home

An Equally Practical + Aspirational Family Home

Architecture

by Amelia Barnes

Jacoby by Lucy Clemenger Architects is a transformed Federation home. Photo – Derek Swalwell. Styling – Studio Stamp

A new plunge pool sits just outside the open-plan domain. Photo – Derek Swalwell. Styling – Studio Stamp

Artwork on right by Milo Lockett. Photo – Derek Swalwell. Styling – Studio Stamp

An AGA was taken from a previous home to reuse in the kitchen, and is paired with a large timber island bench designed to resemble an oversized chopping board. Photo – Derek Swalwell. Styling – Studio Stamp

Artwork by Milo Lockett. Photo – Derek Swalwell. Styling – Studio Stamp

The concealed home bar! Photo – Derek Swalwell. Styling – Studio Stamp

The deep blue in sitting room references the home’s original stained glass windows. Photo – Derek Swalwell. Styling – Studio Stamp

OMG Light by Volker Haug in the

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