Chloé is a romantic name chosen to acknowledge ‘new growth’ in the form of the extension to the established federation home. Gracefully attaching to the original dwelling, the pavilion offers a new direction to live while regenerating the existing; creating a dwelling that is whole.
Chloe House by Templeton Architecture is a contemporary extension and renovation of an established family home, shaped around a Jacaranda tree. How best can you extend onto an existing, heritage home without forfeiting its architectural integrity? The Chloe House by Templeton Architecture was born out of this endeavour, gently extending onto a Federation-style home and offering a new direction for its family to live harmoniously.
Templeton Architecture are highly accomplished at gracefully working within the requirements of historic Melbourne homes. Their Chloe project brief called for improved, functional family living and respect for both the Federation features and mature garden setting.
Project: Chloe House
Architect: Templeton Architecture
Location: Melbourne, Australia
Scope of Work: Architecture, Renovation