Photographer: Oliver Nicholls

When the architect is the owner of an ‘old girl’ – a heritage listed Victorian terrace – then the possibilities are endless…well, almost! Purchased in 2013, the ‘old girl’ needed a complete overhaul as she was virtually uninhabitable. The architect gave her a breath of fresh air through a carefully considered contemporary insertion that celebrates and respects the heritage fabric and spatial qualities of the original home. This one is well worth a sticky-beak!!

Download the full Open House Launceston PDF program here

Address: 1 Elizabeth Street, Launceston

Highlights: Heritage architecture with a modern insertion!

Building specs: Type: Heritage-registered Victorian terrace. Built: 1890s. Alterations: 2013.


1890s original building: unknown. 2013 alteration: Richard Nicholls


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