Back to the Future | 1980s Home Reimagined

Tapping into its rich architectural past and 1980s new wave bones, Doherty Design have skillfully commandeered an epic journey to reinvent this Melbourne family home.

Embarking on the significant redesign of a home bearing the hallmarks of renowned Australian architect Peter McIntyre’s signature architectural elements, Doherty Design, along with a team of talented collaborators set about honouring its past, while adding a punchy modern twist.

See this architecturally-significant home exclusively inside est magazine issue #35.

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