91 Morack Rd Vermont South – Robin Boyd architect designed home fully renovated

This project is comprised of a 4-lot subdivision. The land area was large at nearly 2400sqm and was home to a famous Robin Boyd designed home from the late 1950’s. Robin Boyd first came to notice in the late 1940s for his promotion of inexpensive, functional, partially prefabricated homes incorporating modernist aesthetics. Most of his architectural output was residential, although he also designed some larger buildings including the Domain Park residential tower block and the John Batman Motor Inn in Melbourne, the famous Australian Pavilion for Expo ’67 in Montreal, Canada, and the Australian headquarters of the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust in Canberra, ACT, on which he was working at the time of his death.