Lefroy Road House in Fremantle

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Lefroy Road House in Fremantle

Contemporary Home in Western Australia – design by Philip Stejskal Architecture

17 Jan 2017

Lefroy Road House

Location: Fremantle, Western Australia

Design: Philip Stejskal Architecture

Lefroy Road House

Lefroy Road House

A new house in South Fremantle in Western Australia on 441sqm with street frontage;

Fremantle Property

South Fremantle Property

South Fremantle House by Philip Stejskal Architecture

South Fremantle Home Western Australian House by Philip Stejskal Architecture

The architectural proposal grew from an investigation of the wider context and a general propensity to box things. The current form of the residential project can be seen as a rectangular volume that has been carved out to respond to sun, wind and view.

New Fremantle Property

New Home in South Fremantle Lefroy Road House

The materiality of this new home is proposed to reflect the familiar local combination of brick and corrugated iron and the clients’ desire to achieve an industrial aesthetic externally.

South Fremantle Property by Philip Stejskal Architecture

Western Australia House by Philip Stejskal Architecture

Lefroy Rd House by Philip Stejskal Architecture

Photography: Jack Lovel

Lefroy Road House in Fremantle images / information received 170117 from Philip Stejskal Architecture


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The first development in the area may have been when Richard Goldsmith Meares established a lime burning kiln in 1831. Meares had arrived at the Swan River Colony with Thomas Peel in the previous year.
As the area was adjacent to the relatively safe harbour of Owen’s Anchorage in Cockburn Sound, the area began to be used as an alternative destination point for ship arrivals.
The area steadily became the centre of much of Perth’s heavy industry and comprised the coal-fired power station, railway marshalling yards, abattoir as well as numerous skin drying sheds. From the 1980s however, pressures brought on by demands for residential housing triggered a process of removal of the various facilities.
source: South Fremantle, Western Australia – Stadium

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