Removal of internal walls opens up tiny Melbourne worker's cottage

Architect Ben Edwards’ client wanted the inner-city location, despite the home he bought being a mere 70 square metres – the smallest on the street. Here’s an edited extract from ‘Small House Living Australia’ that shows how Ben brought in the light and made the space flow. Photos by Fraser Marsden…
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