A Seemingly Dilapidated Home That Hides A Crisp, Contemporary Interior

Raffaello Rosselli Tinshed Sydney Scrap facade

Do you like surprises? Architect Raffaello Rosselli probably does, as is evidenced by this surprising piece of architecture. The project, a house in the suburbs of Sydney, has an unique facade which references the neighborhood’s industrial history. A lowly tin shed used to stand where Tinshed (the name of the home) stands now, but it was razed and rebuilt using sturdy materials and amenities like insulation.

Raffaello Rosselli Tinshed Sydney Scrap facade

What’s great about the project is how unexpected the clean, white interior is after eyeing the rustic and multicolored exterior finish. Inside the Tinshed, you’ll find a studio, an office space, and a couple of toilets. It’s a small project, but well done and interesting in a way that most folks walking by the project may not even realize.

Raffaello Rosselli Tinshed Sydney Scrap facade

Raffaello Rosselli Tinshed Sydney Scrap facade

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Alex Dent

June 12, 2013 / By

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