Long Room House joinery | photo: Nic Granleese


Long Room House is the internal refit of a modest but significant heritage house to suit the needs of a contemporary blended family of 7. 

While some parts of the house are heritage controlled internally as well as externally - and any changes heavily restricted - other parts allowed the bold interventions required to transform the quirky but dysfunctional spaces. Generous new skylights brighten up formerly dim rooms with views of the sky and a continuous wall of birch plywood joinery knits previously pokey rooms into a single long living space - ideal for a family whose lives revolve around the kitchen.

Photographs (construction): OOF! architecture

Completed photos coming soon...


Architect | Fooi-Ling Khoo
Planning + Heritage | David Brand
Building Surveyor | Anthony Middling & Associates
Feature Copper Lights | Giffin Design


Builder | D M Urban Projects
Joiner | Wattle Valley Kitchens
Tiler | Bellas Bros