Emily’s Place is the re-configuring of a tight inner suburban site that has two street frontages. The traditional one bedroom workman’s cottage is reconsidered in order for it to adopt two 'fronts'. Providing a central courtyard to the midpoint of the dwelling, the house directly engages with the activities of the street. 

Sculpturing the planning requirements and constraints, the house provides a three bedroom residence actively addressing issues of density and reuse within the inner suburban belt of Melbourne.