Albert Park House

McMahon and Nerlich
Shannon McGrath

Albert Park House

Instead of viewing a small townhouse as an obstacle, Melbourne-based architect firm McMahon and Nerlich chose to celebrate inner-city living and a small footprint by the intelligent use of scale to allow zones within the home to feel generous.

Occupying a laneway corner in Albert Park, Little Richardson house maximises outdoor space by way of a courtyard and rooftop terrace, connecting the minimalist interior and exterior.

Deneb Outdoor Table and Bench by Spanish brand Stua were selected in the courtyard, with the recently released Adell Lounge Chair by Arper tying into the surrounding greenery on the rooftop terrace.

The upstairs bedrooms continue the refined palette and natural materials, with Silhouette lamp by Melbourne designer Ross Gardam utilised as a bedside table lamp.

The calming aesthetic and connectivity between levels, create an inner city oasis for the homeowners and their guests.

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