march 21, 2017inbetween architecture have designed the modern renovation of a 1970’s brick house in melbourne, australia, that’s home to a family of five that had outgrown the original house.let’s have a look at what the house looked like before the renovation. at the front of the home there’s a balcony that was attached to the front porch, and unfortunately this meant that the front curtains in the original living room were always closed for privacy reasons and ended up blocking the view of the park.and here’s a look at the renovated house. bricks were salvaged during the demolition were used to create hit-and-miss brickwork that created privacy for the entryway and blocked off the view into the house from the street.inside the home, the interior, designed by aldona pajdak, is bright, modern and has plenty of flexible spaces, ideal for providing the adults and children with their own spaces to relax.in the entryway (and throughout the house), a skylight is positioned directly above the front door, allowing natural light to fill the space.in the main floor of the house, a central timber-clad pod with matte black sliding barn doors conceals various rooms, like a small bathroom and cloak room.off to the left of the front entrance is the living room that looks out towards the park across the street. the balcony, which fills both the living room and dining room with n...