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Modern Australian Bungalow with a Victorian Ash Facade

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To shield an addition and new courtyard for a bungalow in greater Melbourne, architect Anthony Clarke fitted its facade with strips of rough-sawn Victorian ash.
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  Bearing the brunt of the afternoon sun is the home's new Victorian ash siding.  Photo by: Peter Bennetts

    Bearing the brunt of the afternoon sun is the home's new Victorian ash siding.

    Photo by: Peter Bennetts

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  The Half Full table and bench are by Ross Gardam.  Photo by: Peter Bennetts

    The Half Full table and bench are by Ross Gardam.

    Photo by: Peter Bennetts

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  The new Victorian ash siding keeps the interior courtyard cool.  Photo by: Peter Bennetts

    The new Victorian ash siding keeps the interior courtyard cool.

    Photo by: Peter Bennetts

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  The addition is clad in grooved painted plywood and the new deck is made from blackbutt wood, the sort used for wharves.  Photo by: Peter Bennetts

    The addition is clad in grooved painted plywood and the new deck is made from blackbutt wood, the sort used for wharves.

    Photo by: Peter Bennetts

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