A fire-starting kit in Melbourne: Tinderbox House by Breathe Architecture

Breathe Architecture: ‘Site inspections at the historic brick warehouse complex revealed an apartment fit out with a series of unfortunate conversions. Perhaps described best as a ‘fire-trap’, we explored narratives relating to the tinderbox and its three core elements. Comprising flint, tinder and firesteel, this fire-starting kit inspired a material narrative.’














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