A Frankston house is one of two Mornington Peninsula properties to be recognised at this year’s Victorian Architecture Awards.
Chamfer House, designed by Mihaly Slocombe, was awarded a commendation in the ‘Residential Architecture - Houses (Alterations and Additions)’ category at the recent awards ceremony at Docklands. Chamfer House sits within an established garden on Olivers Hill overlooking Port Phillip Bay and is described as a crucible of late modernism.
The other Peninsula property to pick up an award was Split House, which is set within a relatively recent subdivision on the side of Mt Martha. Designed by BKK Architects, Split House was awarded a commendation in the ‘Residential Architecture – New’ category.
The Victorian Architecture Awards recognise and reward the innovative work of architects.