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Realestate.com Feature Video

Jun 5, 2020 | Media

Sustainable Home in Melbourne Built On Top Of Violin Shop

 

Our very own Smith Street home in collaboration with sustainable architect Tsai Design, has been featured on Realestate.com. This musical refuge on top of a violin shop is described as something out of a Wes Anderson film. Click the link to read more about this project.

 

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