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The Local Project Presents, In Collaboration With Rogerseller, An Exploration Of The York Street House By Atelier Wagner Architects
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Once a late 1920s Californian bungalow, then a bold Kennedy Nolan renovation – now, Doherty Design Studio contribute to the latest chapter in a home with a fascinating design lineage.

The Local Project presents, in collaboration with Rogerseller, an exploration of the York Street House by Atelier Wagner Architects, an inner-city Melbourne home that reimagines terrace house living.

The Local Project presents, in collaboration with Rogerseller, an exploration of the York Street House by Atelier Wagner Architects, an inner-city Melbourne home that reimagines terrace house living.

Once a late 1920s Californian bungalow, then a bold Kennedy Nolan renovation – now, Doherty Design Studio contribute to the latest chapter in a home with a fascinating design lineage.

The Local Project presents, in collaboration with Artedomus, an insight into The Sage House by Carole Whiting, a family home with a narrative of handcrafted design, gentle lines and materiality.

Understated liveable sophistication is at the very core of Project 350 by mckimm, a contemporary family home designed to accommodate the present whilst planning for the future.

East Balmain by Benn + Penna and Newmark Constructions provides insight into the innate ability of quality architecture to positively impact the lives of all it touches.

The Langston by Cbus Property is the story of the dawning of a new era for the Sydney suburb of Epping. The Local Project invites viewers to explore this narrative.

In the latest video series collaboration with Fisher & Paykel, we interview Whiting Architects on their Connect Six residence, integrating old and new, and why the kitchen is the heart of the home.

The Local Project presents, in collaboration with Nina Maya Interiors and ZETR – The Glass House, located in the inner city Sydney suburb of Paddington.

In this video we interview the team behind Nightingale 1.0, hearing how they overcame challenges and constraints to create a beautiful, fossil fuel-free, carbon-neutral building.

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