Mediation studio with Japanese courtyard aspect.  Glass louvres on both sides of the room for cross ventilation


Tucked discreetly away from its dense inner city surrounds, this studio is a peaceful sanctuary.


  • Size20 m2
  • TypeAlterations and Additions
  • Existing Freestanding Art Deco Building
  • BuilderGracecon
  • Structural Structural Bureau
  • LandscapingNorthroy Nuersery
  • PhotographyNick Doolan Photography
Glass louvres in the door bring fresh air into the studio

Client Feedback

Robinson Architecture were great to work with. They listened to our ideas, improved them, brought inspiration and translated it into reality. It was fun and we shared an interest in sustainable materials and longevity of design.

Storage for shoes and bags is discreetly behind a curtain.
Louvre windows  provide cross ventilation
The intimate Japanese courtyard feels much wider than it really is.


The intimate Japanese style courtyard feels much wider than it really is.

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    The original historic Federation era wash house is painstakingly reconstructed, but this time around the interior inhabits the 21st century and serves as amenities and laundry for the beautifully preserved Reserve Keepers House c 1912.