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The Howland Residence, designed by Williamson Chong Architects. The first floor living space with sculptural stair. The dramatic staircase, exquisitely-finished in timber, is a statement that sets the tone for the interior

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The millwork is beautiful, the design is neat and precise, the scent of wood is calming and invigorating at the same time.

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A playroom adjoins the master bedroom via a short bridge.

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Hard at play.

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‘The defragmentation of this house, from rental units back into a single home, could be seen as a metaphor for how we should be addressing neighbourhoods within our city,” explains architect Donald Chong. “Intelligent architecture and urban design will encourage families to stay within the city, to put down roots. With this comes the regeneration of neighbourhoods and an evermore healthy urban condition.”

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A hallway features Victorian design remnants.

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The clean lines of the bathroom: ceramic tiles, oak surrounds and a luxurious standalone bath.

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