Australian House & Garden

Q&A: KATIE MARX

How has Butterland evolved?

Butterland is very old and very unique for a home. We lived here for a few years, in a different part of the building, prior to renovating. By doing so, we had time to really think about how we could best make the various spaces in the home work for us. Greg pondered, planned, designed and constructed everything.

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