Craig Perry Peter Dann Architects

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Craig Perry Peter Dann Architects
First Floor 440 Victoria Street NORTH MELBOURNE VIC 3051 Australia

CPPD aims to produce elegant buildings of enduring quality. Our design skills enable us to exceed our clients expectations with timeless, cost effective solutions. Sustainability is the foundation of all our work.

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Hopkins River House

Warrnambool, 1995

This family home on the Hopkins River references a rural aesthetic in response to a unique site. Winner- Age House of the Year

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Terrace 21C

North Carlton, 2010

Terrace 21C is a Victorian terrace house transformed for the 21st century. On a tiny site, this project demonstrates our ability to maximise space in a cost effective manner. Rainwater is harvested, electricity is produced and fed into the grid, hotwater is heated by the sun. Passive solar design reduces energy use. This project was open to the public on Sustainable House Day 2011.

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Melbourne Savage Club

Bank Place, 2009

The client’s brief was to intoduce 21st century safety and services to this delightful heritage building, without any obvious changes! With great dexterity, CPPD incorporated a dumb waiter, rewired with a computer controlled system, provided airconditioning, replumbed the staff facilities, and brought fire services and exits up to current standards- all cleverly concealed. Skiploads of conduit, surface mounted wiring and other accretions were removed.