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Toorak Gardens House by Grieve Gillett Andersen.

Toorak Gardens House by Grieve Gillett Andersen. Image: Sam Noonan

Presented by Houses magazine, this behind-the-scenes event will look at how architects have collaborated with their clients to create homes that reflect the way we live today.

Karl Eckermann of Brisbane-based practice Kirk, along with client Dion Palin, will share the story of West End House, which cleverly responds to heritage restraints and has an engaging street presence.

Adelaide-based architect Dimitty Andernsen of Grieve Gillett Andersen, with her client Ben Wilson, will explore the design and processes that led to the Toorak Gardens House, a striking alteration and addition with a strong connection to the landscape.

To reserve a place at this event, go here. Tickets include light refreshment and a copy of Houses magazine. 


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