After living in a smaller house, a family in Australia was looking to build their dream abode, so they hired Urbane Projects to do this. The owners bought the house next to where they were originally living, tore it down and combined the two lots.
The result is a house that looks more like a hotel than a quaint abode. The design caters to both the parents and their two kids, ensuring that both generations have their own spaces. The upstairs features a wrap-around entertainment area with a bar space for guests, and the rest of the house even has multiple bathrooms for people coming to visit. There's even a separate entertainment section for the kids! The owners really wanted something that would last, which is exactly what they got working with Urbane Projects.
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