Carlton Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Carlton is an historic inner suburb in Melbourne, Australia. It is renowned for Lygon Street, an Italian restaurant district.
Carlton has a lot of historic houses. Stringent heritage controls have kept large swathes of the suburb untouched. While expansive (and expensive) renovations have been going on out the back for years, you'd never know it from Carlton's quaint Victorian-era streets.
Carlton is also a popular student area because of its proximity to both the University of Melbourne and RMIT.
Homes from Carlton that have been previously featured on Lunchbox Architect
Tang House by 4site Architecture Tang House: Terrace Renovation Takes Advantage of Every Nook and Cranny
Carlton Cloister by MRTN Architects A North Facing Cloister Connects This Terrace to New Master Bedroom
Residence R by Open Studio Architecture Proof Even the Slightest Alteration Can Have a Dramatic Impact
Elgin Street Residence by Sonelo Design Studio Simple Tricks Give This Compact Home the Illusion of Spaciousness
Carlton Terrace by Windust Architects x Interiors A Dark Terrace Follows the Light at the End of the Tunnel
Carlton House by Tom Robertson Architects A Double Height Space Brings Light Into This Previously Dark Cottage
Carlton Apartment (AKA Kathryn) by Tom Eckersley Architects Space-efficient Apartment Renovation Finds Room for a Home Office