This harbor home in Sydney is an interesting piece of historic architecture. It was built in the 1970s by the renowned Australian architect Roy Grounds, but has changed several owners in 50 years and needed significant renovation. The new owners, the family of the architect Conrad Johnston, took up its reconstruction in all seriousness: the facade was sheathed with environmentally friendly wood, the interiors also underwent noticeable changes. But the unique characteristic features such as the shape of the building and the rounded lines in the interiors remained unchanged, as the main feature of the house. And, of course, these stunning views!
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