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Pasco Design
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Highfield Road
The roof tiles are the original terracotta tiles from when the house was built.
Love the traditional style of this home, but don't like the roof/wall colour
2. Weatherboard Federation-style houseFederation-style architecture flourished during the budding national identity in the late 19th and early 20th centuries
Australian style – less formal than its Victorian predecessors and far better suited to the country’s subtropical climate. While Federation-style houses were
in Melbourne demonstrates. It has all the bells and whistles of a Federation-style house – with decorative timber work around the verandah, terracotta-tiled
“Paint” — Joye Volker
POC+P architects
Casa Tasso Alterations + additions
CHARACTERISTICS OF FEDERATION-STYLE HOMESYou’ll find many architectural and decorative features to be consistent across Federation-style houses and they all
national identity, which would include a style of architecture and housing, later to be known as the Federation style. Architects and builders fused influences
Arts and Craft, and Bungalow were the most common.WHY WE LOVE IT: Federation style houses celebrate Australia’s national identity – ideologically and visually
4. Federation style (1880s to 1910s)In the late 19th and early 20th century, Federation style architecture was a symbol of
Verandah portico width of the house
“Mine” — kcmck
McGann Architects
Camberwell House
FEDERATION HOUSES (c.1890 to c.1915)Built predominantly in brick, Federation-style houses symbolised Australian identity at the turn of the century, when
warmer climate. Federation Queen Anne The Queen Anne villa (such as the one pictured above) was the fanciest of all Federation-style houses. It featured an
architectural styles in France, Britain and America and melded them together to create a uniquely Australian style – less formal than Victorian-era houses and better
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Michelle Walker architects
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Roseville Pavilion
is a contemporary outdoor living addition to a Federation house in Roseville, NSW. The existing house sits on a 1550sqm block of land and is a substantial
The 900sqm north facing rear yard slopes gently down from the back of the house and is framed by mature deciduous trees. The client wanted to create something
generous space for year round outdoor living and entertaining and connects the house to both the pool and the deep back yard. The Pavilion at Roseville is a
Please provide the size of the pavilion and pool. I'm building a house while I'm deployed, so I have to provide dimensions of the pavilion I want
I like the transition between the house and the covered structure. How much did this cost?
“Levels and roof” — karunapravin
POC+P architects
Casa Tasso Alterations + additions
Federation-style houses emerged in Australia in the late 19th century and remained popular
both brick and weatherboard Federation houses, contemporary schemes are more suited to weatherboards. The homeowners of this house have stuck with tried-and-true
Queen Anne. Federation Queen Anne houses came with all the bells and whistles! Well, perhaps not bells and whistles, but they were tricked out with near
bricks. This colour scheme is eternally on trend for this style of house so, if you love your house for its history, there’s no reason to depart from these
“same as Goonaroo” — susiemclelland
POC+P architects
Inner west Federation villa make-over
KNOW YOUR HOUZZ: 5 quick ways to identify a Federation-style house 1. Motifs in the timber or cast-iron latticework.2. Verandahs with brick or timber columns
Inner west Federation villa make-over...Neo -Federation
“Tudor elements?” — Rebecca Gross
Spacemaker Home Extensions
Spacemaker Home Extensions Hawthorn
chimneys, in brick or roughcast, are a regular sight on the roof of a Federation-style house. In this renovation, the architect has maintained the roofline and
and distinctive chimneys, while modernising the rear of the house. A series of elongated vertical windows have been cut into the brickwork to lighten and
living spaces. Despite this contrast between the front and the rear of the house, its overall aesthetic remains harmonious due to the original chimneys and
“putty render tan brick and slate” — Gill Mathers
Austin Patterson Disston Architects
Austin Patterson Disston Architects
This house is a federal style house because of how symmetrical it is and rectangular
federal style...Federal style house with wings...Estate Houses.
“Exterior” — tiffanydecker
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