Architect Stanic Harding Takes on a Radical Renovation

By: Jessica Marcel - Published: Oct 10, 2009   Updated: Jun 8 2011 • References: stanicharding & dornob
From the street, this Australian home is a typical, traditional, boring abode. But you should never judge a book by its cover. Architect Stanic Harding transformed the back facade of this split level home, creating a study in old and new.

The transition from traditional to ultramodern is shocking on the outside, but architect Stanic Harding made the shift inside far friendlier to the home's occupants.

Implications - Keeping the old while embracing the new is an interesting concept that is absolutely brilliant. The front of the house blends in with the rest of the street and the people passing by would have no idea that it is out of the ordinary and magnificently modern. Stats for Two-Faced Homes Trending: Older & Average
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