Melbourne Batcave

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Initially designed by Robert Hamilton in the 1920s – 30s in Melbourne, this Georgian-inspired home has been renovated twice to become a Batcave-inspired home. Molecule was given the task to create a basement car parking space – seemed rather tough seeing how there was already a lawn with a garden and a tennis court with a water tank underneath out back. So, the architects used part of the tennis court’s faux turf to double as a garage door that lifts mid-air like seen in the Batman TV series.

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The space is accented with timber battened walls, backlit polycarbonate ceiling, generous storage spaces, and a lighting system illuminating each vehicle that is simply out of this world.

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The Dark Knight vs what Molecule created.

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Inside the home, Molecule renovated the bespoke library with rich walnut timbers for built-in shelves & private reading nook, the dining area with gold foil damask wallpaper, informal living spaces with a new colour palette, bedrooms with bespoke dressings rooms, and much more. So Scout Life.

 

 

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