“This project was a great opportunity to deploy the principles of complete design embodied by the Arts and Crafts movement,”
Patrick Kennedy.

Photographer: Derek Swalwell

The Elsternwick House is a renovation project designed by award-winning architects Kennedy Nolan who proceeded to transform the substantial Victorian-era family home in Melbourne, unifying the house visually by making a connection between disparate design expressions. I don’t think we’ve come across a house with such visually sumptuous looking walls. It’s the kind of house where we dream of tiptoeing through barefoot running our fingers along the walls as we do. I know for a fact that we would stop in our tracks to stare at the visually stunning record cabinet. Positioned in the living room, it was designed by Kennedy Nolan and made by Fineform joinery.

Take in more detailed photos of the house via the Kennedy Nola website

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