A home in Melbourne with an Edwardian front facade is renovated and given a back extension complete with ten folds in its roof to bring in light.
Splinter Society designed the house mullet Colonnade House which transitions to a modern extension made using a row of concrete columns.
Designed by Bryant Alsop Architects, the Golden Ash house is the definition of a house mullet: traditional in the front, modern in the back.
A renovated residence in Auckland with a traditional villa front and a modern back extension.
Douglas & Company Architects transformed this small Victorian cottage into a modern home while keeping original details intact.
A Melbourne house that celebrates its Victorian front while the rest of the house becomes a contemporary residence.
A 1960's yellow brick bungalow in Sydney is transformed to include a dramatic, pavilion-like addition in the back.
Mihaly Slocombe designed a brightly colored addition for a cottage in Australia.
An early Victorian cottage in Melbourne is given a renovation by rethinking the layout of the traditional footprint.
A house mullet that involves a restored century-old terrace house and a modern addition in Melbourne.
We scope out some of our favorite house mullets, where they're traditional in the front and modern in the back.
An Australian home with a Victorian front and a modern back.
A traditional facade on a home in Melbourne unveils a modern, three level addition in the back.