DX Architects Pty Ltd

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DX Architects Pty Ltd
99 Highett Street RICHMOND VIC 3121 Australia

DX Architects is a professional architectural practice renowned for its creative design work in residential and commercial architecture. Specialising in modern, sustainable, architect designed buildings in inner-city Melbourne, our work profile includes the design of new houses, multi townhouse developments, renovations and additions to existing heritage homes. We offer a full scope of professional architectural services from; concept design, feasibility assessment, design development, town planning services, design documentation, tendering, contract negotiation, and contract administration.

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Richmond Residence

Richmond, 2009

This two story renovation creates a four bedroom family home on a small, challenging, inner city site. It retains the heritage appeal of the residence while incorporating the modern features of practical living. The building design responds to the inner city context, and features a number of architectural design elements.

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Newport Residence

Newport, 2012

The extensive upgrade to the existing hertitage house accomodates a new open plan kitchen/ living and dining area which opens out onto the back yard. The popped up roof form captures the north facing natural sunlight.

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Richmond Residence 4

Richmond, 2013

A new house on a long narrow inner city block of land. The middle of the house captures natural sunlight via a double height void with angled skylights to comply with the planning requirements. The rear of the house opens out onto the back-yard with large panel glass doors.

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