Luke Fry squeezes extension behind bungalow in Melbourne

At the back of a narrow Edwardian bungalow in Melbourne, the studio of Australian architect Luke Fry has added a contemporary extension with greyscale interiors.

The semi-detached bungalow, called Ripponlea House, is set down a tree-lined street in the titular Melbourne suburb and belongs to a young family.

The owners initially wanted to turn their home into a two-storey property. But, undeterred by the bungalow’s small footprint, Fry instead opted for establishing better quality living spaces at ground level.

Luke Fry’s Ripponlea extension features an open living and dining area

The studio knocked down the entire rear of the house, preserving only a couple of rooms at the front of the plan.

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