The Melbourne home of Sophie Gannon and family. Artwork left to right – Martin Smith, Gemma Smith (sculpture), Emily Ferretti. Photographs by Sean Fennessy for thedesignfiles.net

inspiration for new livingroom cabinet (Melbourne Home - Sophie Gannon and family)

A home designed by Graeme Gunn and built in 1967 for John Ridge, one of the founding directors of Merchant Builders.

A home designed by Graeme Gunn and built in 1967 for John Ridge, one of the founding directors of Merchant Builders.

Hamilton Courtyard House, Australia, Architects: Graeme Gunn and Sophie Dyring

AIA Gold Medal winner Graeme Gunn and practice partner Sophie Dyring explore one of Gunn's celebrated courtyard house models in regional Victoria.

A home designed by Graeme Gunn and built in 1967 for John Ridge, one of the founding directors of Merchant Builders.

Grange Road Townhouse “is clearly unpretentious, comfortable and accommodating to live in.” Artwork (L–R): Martin Smith;

Fiona Lynch renovates and restores a classic Merchant Builders' home in Melbourne's inner east.

Ahead of curve: Hawthorn East House

1969 mid-century modern Architect: Graeme Gunn Toorak for Merchant Builders P/L Finlayson St Rosanna #australia #midcenturymodern #brick #spine #ribs #exterior #mounteliza #mteliza

1969 mid-century modern Architect: Graeme Gunn Toorak for Merchant Builders P/L Finlayson St Rosanna

Merchant Builders' Display Houses. High Street. Doncaster. Vic Graeme Gunn. 1969-70 [picture] , State Library of Victoria

[picture] , State Library of Victoria

Winter Park: Suburban nature. A place where small scale suburban life co-exists harmoniously with the neighbouring flora and fauna. A pioneering feat of its time, Emma Whiffen explores this innovative 1970s design by Graeme Gunn, which focuses on landscaping by integrating the surrounding parklands and bush into the housing complex as a shared space for its residents. Photo by John Gollings.

Winter Park: Suburban nature. A place where small scale suburban life co-exists harmoniously with the neighbouring flora and fauna. A pioneering feat of its time, Emma Whiffen explores this innovative 1970s design by Graeme Gunn, which focuses on landscaping by integrating the surrounding parklands and bush into the housing complex as a shared space for its residents. Photo by John Gollings.

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