Preserving Redfern’s Last Remaining Tin Shed

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A Wonderful Blend of Industrial Past and New Modern Living Space

 

“As the only remaining shed in the area it is a unique reminder of the suburb’s industrial past.”

When briefed to create a new office space and studio from the dilapidated shed, Australian architect Raffaello Rosselli decided to retain the rusty corrugated cladding of the two-storey building on the corner lot. As the shed was structurally unsound and needed to be replaced, the cladding was disassembled and reattached after the new timber frames were installed. New windows were introduced cutting through the original enclosure. The new interior space is light-filled and exudes a warm and cosy atmosphere with clean white walls and wooden floors.

“The materials have been left raw and honest, in the spirit of its industrial economy.”

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