Very few properties in Perth have commanded more attention than Brick House by State of Kin. This highly coveted residence pays homage to the area’s industrial past and embraces the use of reclaimed red brick, concrete, steel and glass. The result – a rich, warm, textural environment and a contemporary space to call home.
With incredible amenities including a roof terrace, lift, basement, northern courtyard and reading net, Brick House takes a playful and thoughtful approach to living.
“The vision for Forrest Street was to create a renovated heritage factory turned house, belying the reality that it is a brand new structure. It is an awfully deceptive project – combining cutting edge new materials with older, traditional techniques and vice-versa truly embracing history with the contemporary.” – State of Kin.
/ 484 sqm of built area approx.
/ Roof terrace with 360 degree views, a jacuzzi and lounge area
/ Internal lift ensuring the home is multi-generational and future proof
/ Stunning basement for multiple uses – extra living area, home gymnasium, home office, art gallery, plus there is a large storeroom with provisions built-in for conversion to a cool room
/ North facing courtyard with large electronic louvered window leading from the main living area, which seemlessly integrates the inside with the outside perfectly for entertaining and parties
/ Library and reading net encouraging relaxation and playfulness within the home
/ Fireplace to main living area
/ Superbly appointed kitchen with walk-in pantry, European appliances, gas cooktop, integrated fridge, dishwasher and substantial storage
/ Two balconies accessed from the master bedroom and level one
/ Commercial grade air-conditioning
/ Over 100,000 reclaimed red bricks used in the construction (approx.)
/ Concrete floors
/ Steel beams and columns
/ The design pays homage to the industrial heritage of the nearby area and was designed purposefully for the lot and and context of the location
/ A truly one-off design and build
/ The furniture and accessories were curated by State of Kin and Mobilia, and can be negotiated for sale separately
Brick House and State of Kin as featured in:
/ Vogue Top 50 Australian Designers 2021 – Emerging Designers
/ IDEA Emerging Designer
/ Arch Daily
/ Grand Designs
/ Inside Out
/ The Local Project
/ Fabric Quarterly
/ Architecture & Design
/ Design Boom
/ The West Australian
/ Dream Homes Revealed Australia – Channel 9 (airing soon – November 6th 2021)
/ Open House Perth
We anticipate strong interest in Brick House and encourage you to register your interest promptly.
Photography credit: Jack Lovel