Brick Warehouse to Beautiful Humble Home Conversion

1978 Daisy House in Subiaco-01

1978 Daisy House in Subiaco-02

1978 Daisy House in Subiaco-03

1978 Daisy House in Subiaco-04

1978 Daisy House in Subiaco-05

1978 Daisy House in Subiaco-06

1978 Daisy House in Subiaco-07

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1978 Daisy House in Subiaco-09

1978 Daisy House in Subiaco-10

1978 Daisy House in Subiaco-11

1978 Daisy House in Subiaco-12

1978 Daisy House in Subiaco-13

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1978 Daisy House in Subiaco-17

Growing up I always had a weird appreciation for warehouse conversions. In fact, I remember saying to one of my best friends how I was going to buy and convert a warehouse into my own unique home one day when I grew up. Not exactly tiny, I know, but still unique, interesting, beautiful, functional and different.

Tiny isn’t the only sort of house I like.. I seem to appreciate all sorts of alternative housing. How about you? This one is a two bedroom warehouse with two levels.

“The Daisy House is one of Subiaco’s most unique properties, being designed and hand built by award winning Perth architect Brian Klopper in 1978.” (source)

What did you like best about this warehouse conversion? Personally I’d love to live in something like this because I like how it has small space design ideas implemented into a more spacious structure. I think it’s so cool for a family. So much better than a cookie cutter McMansion.

Rent this warehouse converted house in Washington here.

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  1. I totally love this! It is great for a family. Much better than the newer structure. They do not make things like they use to, the materials are not of the same grade.

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