Just don’t call it ‘Swish’; Sir Roy Grounds former No 8: SRG House in Balmain gets a Conrad Johnston ‘new home’ makeover
Glorious Treetop Views from Private Balcony (West Facing)
‘Baffling’: Why did a ‘qualified’ architect, and a Stonnington council structural engineer, allow a crooked and leaning wall to be rebuilt? George says; you’ll know in ‘another’ 7 days.
Steam engines, a hotel, and the Hoffman technique. How a simple brick tells a uniquely ‘Melbourne’ story.
28th June 2021. The council approved planned use of our 25 Year old shade tree “Viburnum japonicum” into the new garden design also gets cut down.
29th June 2021. Garden cleared of all trees.
Beloved former chairman Daves’ funky city pad goes up for sale - 14/6/21 UPDATE; Unit 19, Withdrawn.
A residents push to ‘safe-guard’ MoonBria’s original internal letterboxes, over the proposed external “Bunnings”-style alternative, has resulted in a win for common sense.
Stonnington’s heritage advisor; Bryce Raworth Heritage Conservation in South Melbourne confirming; that the applicant; (ex Robin Boyd Foundation) architect Tony Lee’s proposed new external letterboxes would have had;
“a detrimental impact on the heritage significance of the site”.
It’s a result that protects the integrity of Ground’s vision, bank-vaulting this pitch perfect experiential design for future generations to come.
“Can Stonnington council intervene to save your tree out the front. Its such a resilient tree, not worried by summer etc?. Such a pity to lose it” -Patricia (long time resident up the street)