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89 Wellington Street
St Kilda, VIC 3182
Melbourne, Australia

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Pleysier Perkins is a Melbourne based architecture and interior design practice established by Ramon Pleysier and Simon Perkins in 2002. They share responsibility for a diverse range of mainly residential projects with Directors Berit Barton, Ross Berger and Julian Legg, and Associates Lara Mawdsley, Stewart Youngblutt, Lisa Biggs and Mark Watson. All are supported by a talented team of architects, interior designers and graduates.

Fostering a culture of creativity and individuality, all designs share a desire for simplicity and elegance, achieved through a process of rigorous consideration from concept sketch to detail resolution. Every project is a unique, bespoke response to brief, budget and site, always designed in close collaboration with our clients whose trust we greatly respect.

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An extension to an unassuming rendered single storey house in a leafy Elwood street aims to capture as much light as possible through utilizing the orientation of a south facing property. Instead of the traditional backyard, the living spaces are intertwined with two courtyards that create different atmospheres and uses depending on the time of day. Voids and skylights capture Northern light where possible. A reduced palette of materials consists of reclaimed brick, timber and metal screens. The inclusion of a perforated staircase and mezzanine also aids in creating an open and spacious home despite the small building footprint.

This coastal holiday home includes a two storey element at the front juxtaposed with a predominantly glazed pavilion to the rear. They are connected by an informal entry and a north facing courtyard. A series of operable panels animates the west facing front facade and provides solar protection and shelter from prevailing sea breezes The bedrooms and a lounge are contained at the front while the rear pavilion incorporates the main living spaces. It features a raised ceiling, clerestory windows and opens out to an outdoor entertaining area and generous rear garden.

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2021

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2021

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2020

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2020

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2020

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2020

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2019

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2018

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