These Laser Cut Screens Add an Individual Touch to the Facade

Located in Melbourne’s historic inner-city suburb of Richmond, No Two The Same is a completed townhouse development, of converted Victorian Heritage dwellings. When Melbourne Design Studios were creating these six urban homes in Melbourne, Australia, they chose not to use the same materials for each facade, instead they created a collection of artistic facades.

Shortlisted in both the Sustainability Awards and the ArchiTeam Awards, this development features six bespoke urban residences, which was an award-winning transformation of derelict heritage properties.

The main attraction are the facades of the houses. Three of the six homes have wood slats, while the other three have custom-designed laser cut artistic panels.

In addition to providing privacy to the homeowners, the metal panels add a decorative touch to the street, with each custom panel representing a different hidden image. One is an abstract portrait of Marilyn Monroe, another is a Vespa, and the third is a picture of flowers. These are certainly way more elaborate than the simple blinds that you can put on your windows.

via [contemporist] All images by Peter Clarke Photograhy