Wiel Arets, Sint-Amorsplein, Maastricht, 1986 - The Black Workshop

Old architecture combined with the new / contemporary designed architecture - Storefront design - Rusted Corten Steel - Wiel Arets architect

Coppins, in Telegraph Road Pymble, was originally named 'Crompton' and is also known as the Eric Pratten House. It was designed by architect Walter Burley Griffin (1876-1937) and built for Eric Herbert Pratten (1903-165) in 1935-36. It was one of Griffin's largest domestic commissions in Australia and was his last before leaving for India. Its completion was supervised by his associate Eric Nicholls.

Coppins, in Telegraph Road Pymble, was originally named 'Crompton' and is also known as the Eric Pratten House. It was designed by architect Walter Burley Griffin (1876-1937) and built for Eric Herbert Pratten (1903-165) in 1935-36. It was one of Griffin's largest domestic commissions in Australia and was his last before leaving for India. Its completion was supervised by his associate Eric Nicholls.

Coppins, in Telegraph Road Pymble, was originally named 'Crompton' and is also known as the Eric Pratten House. It was designed by architect Walter Burley Griffin (1876-1937) and built for Eric Herbert Pratten (1903-165) in 1935-36. It was one of Griffin's largest domestic commissions in Australia and was his last before leaving for India. Its completion was supervised by his associate Eric Nicholls.

Coppins, in Telegraph Road Pymble, was originally named 'Crompton' and is also known as the Eric Pratten House. It was designed by architect Walter Burley Griffin (1876-1937) and built for Eric Herbert Pratten (1903-165) in 1935-36. It was one of Griffin's largest domestic commissions in Australia and was his last before leaving for India. Its completion was supervised by his associate Eric Nicholls.

Coppins, in Telegraph Road Pymble, was originally named 'Crompton' and is also known as the Eric Pratten House. It was designed by architect Walter Burley Griffin (1876-1937) and built for Eric Herbert Pratten (1903-165) in 1935-36. It was one of Griffin's largest domestic commissions in Australia and was his last before leaving for India. Its completion was supervised by his associate Eric Nicholls.

Coppins, in Telegraph Road Pymble, was originally named 'Crompton' and is also known as the Eric Pratten House. It was designed by architect Walter Burley Griffin (1876-1937) and built for Eric Herbert Pratten (1903-165) in 1935-36. It was one of Griffin's largest domestic commissions in Australia and was his last before leaving for India. Its completion was supervised by his associate Eric Nicholls.

Coppins, in Telegraph Road Pymble, was originally named 'Crompton' and is also known as the Eric Pratten House. It was designed by architect Walter Burley Griffin (1876-1937) and built for Eric Herbert Pratten (1903-165) in 1935-36. It was one of Griffin's largest domestic commissions in Australia and was his last before leaving for India. Its completion was supervised by his associate Eric Nicholls.

Coppins, in Telegraph Road Pymble, was originally named 'Crompton' and is also known as the Eric Pratten House. It was designed by architect Walter Burley Griffin (1876-1937) and built for Eric Herbert Pratten (1903-165) in 1935-36. It was one of Griffin's largest domestic commissions in Australia and was his last before leaving for India. Its completion was supervised by his associate Eric Nicholls.

Coppins, in Telegraph Road Pymble, was originally named 'Crompton' and is also known as the Eric Pratten House. It was designed by architect Walter Burley Griffin (1876-1937) and built for Eric Herbert Pratten (1903-165) in 1935-36. It was one of Griffin's largest domestic commissions in Australia and was his last before leaving for India. Its completion was supervised by his associate Eric Nicholls.

Coppins, in Telegraph Road Pymble, was originally named 'Crompton' and is also known as the Eric Pratten House. It was designed by architect Walter Burley Griffin (1876-1937) and built for Eric Herbert Pratten (1903-165) in 1935-36. It was one of Griffin's largest domestic commissions in Australia and was his last before leaving for India. Its completion was supervised by his associate Eric Nicholls.

Coppins, in Telegraph Road Pymble, was originally named 'Crompton' and is also known as the Eric Pratten House. It was designed by architect Walter Burley Griffin (1876-1937) and built for Eric Herbert Pratten (1903-165) in 1935-36. It was one of Griffin's largest domestic commissions in Australia and was his last before leaving for India. Its completion was supervised by his associate Eric Nicholls.

Coppins, in Telegraph Road Pymble, was originally named 'Crompton' and is also known as the Eric Pratten House. It was designed by architect Walter Burley Griffin (1876-1937) and built for Eric Herbert Pratten (1903-165) in 1935-36. It was one of Griffin's largest domestic commissions in Australia and was his last before leaving for India. Its completion was supervised by his associate Eric Nicholls.

Coppins, in Telegraph Road Pymble, was originally named 'Crompton' and is also known as the Eric Pratten House. It was designed by architect Walter Burley Griffin (1876-1937) and built for Eric Herbert Pratten (1903-165) in 1935-36. It was one of Griffin's largest domestic commissions in Australia and was his last before leaving for India. Its completion was supervised by his associate Eric Nicholls.

Coppins, in Telegraph Road Pymble, was originally named 'Crompton' and is also known as the Eric Pratten House. It was designed by architect Walter Burley Griffin (1876-1937) and built for Eric Herbert Pratten (1903-165) in 1935-36. It was one of Griffin's largest domestic commissions in Australia and was his last before leaving for India. Its completion was supervised by his associate Eric Nicholls.

Coppins, in Telegraph Road Pymble, was originally named 'Crompton' and is also known as the Eric Pratten House. It was designed by architect Walter Burley Griffin (1876-1937) and built for Eric Herbert Pratten (1903-165) in 1935-36. It was one of Griffin's largest domestic commissions in Australia and was his last before leaving for India. Its completion was supervised by his associate Eric Nicholls.

Coppins, in Telegraph Road Pymble, was originally named 'Crompton' and is also known as the Eric Pratten House. It was designed by architect Walter Burley Griffin (1876-1937) and built for Eric Herbert Pratten (1903-165) in 1935-36. It was one of Griffin's largest domestic commissions in Australia and was his last before leaving for India. Its completion was supervised by his associate Eric Nicholls.

Coppins, in Telegraph Road Pymble, was originally named 'Crompton' and is also known as the Eric Pratten House. It was designed by architect Walter Burley Griffin (1876-1937) and built for Eric Herbert Pratten (1903-165) in 1935-36. It was one of Griffin's largest domestic commissions in Australia and was his last before leaving for India. Its completion was supervised by his associate Eric Nicholls.

Coppins, in Telegraph Road Pymble, was originally named 'Crompton' and is also known as the Eric Pratten House. It was designed by architect Walter Burley Griffin (1876-1937) and built for Eric Herbert Pratten (1903-165) in 1935-36. It was one of Griffin's largest domestic commissions in Australia and was his last before leaving for India. Its completion was supervised by his associate Eric Nicholls.


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