Our Houses talks series comes to Hobart

Tasmanian architects Mat Hinds and Poppy Taylor of Hobart-based practice Taylor and Hinds Architects and Melbourne-based architect Mel Bright from Make Architecture will each present one of their recent residential projects at a talk in Hobart in March.

The talk is part of the Our Houses series presented by Houses magazine, which invites architects and their clients to discuss the collaborative process of creating residential architecture that reflects the way we live today. It is the first Our Houses talk to be held in Tasmania.

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Hinds and Taylor will be joined by clients James and Cassandra Stoddart to share the story behind Lagoon House in Clifton Beach, Tasmania. This new coastal house is intimately matched to the clients’ lifestyle of camping, surfing and gardening.

Bright, director of Melbourne practice Make Architecture, will be joined by clients Antony and Nicole Munro to talk about Perimeter House, a clever alteration and addition that offers seclusion and calm in a formerly industrial inner-suburb of Melbourne.

The talk will be held at the Brickworks Design Studio in Hobart on Wednesday 1 March, from 6.00–8.00 pm.

The Our Houses talk series is part of Architecture Media’s Design Speaks program. This talk is presented by Houses magazine, with presenting partner Brickworks.

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