Open House by MODO – Michael Ong Design Office

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Location: Hawthorn East, Melbourne, Australia

Architects: MO-DO (Michael Ong Design Office)

Built by Seventy7 Projects



Residential – Alterations and Additions

A house located in the sought after neighbourhood of Hawthorn East, this alteration and addition to an beautiful existing brick bungalow home is designed to enrich the family’s connection with their garden.

A carefully proportioned set of sliding doors create the new north facing facade, opening up the living space to the garden.

MO-DO



MO-DO – Michael Ong Design Office


MODO (Michael Ong Design Office) is an award winning architecture studio based in Melbourne, Australia.

téléchargementMichael Ong

Bachelor of Building & Planning | Master of Architecture | ARBV/AIA

Michael Ong graduated from the University of Melbourne in 2009 with a Masters of Architecture, and is a registered Architect with the AIA.

Michael Ong has won the Intergrain Timber Vision Award for Hans House (residential category), has been named in Italian Architectural Journal CASABELLA as one of its international architects under 30, The Guardian listed Michael as one of the upcoming architects and is the SOYA Award winner for the Architecture and Interior Category.

Michael’s work has been published both nationally and internationally. Most notably, his conceptual silo regeneration work in MARK magazine, Dwell Asia ( where he was selected as one of the seven experts to discuss the future of design), Monument and HOUSES magazine to name a few.


CONTACT

MO-DO – Michael Ong Design Office

96 Chestnut St, Cremorne 3121

PO BOX 13231, VIC 8010

m: +61 437879833

e: info@mo-do.net


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