Hill House by @austinmaynardarchitects
Houses in the Victorian suburbs carry the stereotypical suburban house “type”. What you would typically see from the street, is a homogeneous wall of repeated facades, protected by strict heritage overlays common across the state. The backyards to these seemingly indifferent housing lots, however, hide a world of architectural delights and disasters - this is where the adventure and eclecticism happens, where the forms start to leave their similarities behind, where they cannot be judged from outside. A different kind of beauty lies here, where the front mask is lifted. And this is where the unconventionality of the Hill House blossoms. .
Built by Ficus
Photo by @ peterbbennetts