A Suburban Beach house on the Victorian Bellarine Peninsula
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A big gesture in a little project? Making something out of nothing? Marking a public presence amongst the lost-looking houses nearby?
2002 on the west front in black and white brick – associate this with building dates in 19th century pediments, or a headstone – the smallest architectural monument. The long wall in gold, lightly patterned glazed brick – echoing once ubiquitous cream bricks.
A paling fence like those in the neighborhood as a super-thin courtyard wall. Coerce the suggestion of a wall and a courtyard. The front door is a gate in the fence. The fence has a window facing the house.