Completed at the end of 2013, the Prospect residence is about contrast, materiality and the unique. A large white brick extension, designed and built in conjunction with J&M Demetlica Constructions, connects to an existing gentleman's bungalow, extending this family home. The house was given a total refurbishment, retaining just a few details hinting to its era of origin. All the bedrooms were tailored to the loves of each inhabitant; from heavy velvet drapes with custom door hardware, to exposed painted brick work and a young adventurer's wallpaper dream. The wet areas are dominated by a variety of tiles, laid in custom patterns and paired with uniquely finished sanitary ware. To the rear of the house, the extension is the communal hub, where custom black steel glazing floods the space with natural light. Here, the open plan living connects the kitchen and the dining space seamlessly with the lounge and study zones. A walk in scullery/laundry is entered off the kitchen, completing a home that functions on both a highly aesthetic and practical level.