Architect Luigi Rosselli channelled the neogothic spirit of the Arts & Crafts movement, choreographing a team of craftspeople to give this Victorian-era residence in Sydney a new lease on life.
Luigi Rosselli’s sympathetic, sensual approach has given rise to some of Sydney’s most beautiful residential projects. His own home is a wonderland of family histories and the architect himself is a lover of all styles, with many a story to tell.
Until the advent of the computer, drawing was a universal tool for communicating architectural concepts in a a free and immediate manner. We ask architect (and talented drawer) Luigi Rosselli to meditate on the importance of drawing to today’s architects.