Clinker House | Archaea

Standing on a corner allotment, the original 1930’s Kentish-Gable Tudor at Somerton Park presented an opportunity for refurbishment for a young, growing family. For Charmaine, Marshall and their children, the home called for an interior not afraid of colour, a functional and joyful home that supported busy family life.

Extensive internal renovation saw a reopening of the main space with freedom in colour and texture to breathe new life into the home throughout. Palettes were carefully considered to support and celebrate the family’s collection of indigenous art. The art reflects both Marshall’s heritage and the journey of their family.

‘Clinker House’ enhances existing generous proportions with a contemporary, colourful new face. A home not shy of colour, it is a juicy delight of furniture and art curated in harmony with one another, and a reflection of the joyful family that call it home.

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