In the 1960s and 70s, Australian suburbs flourished with project homes: simple, functional and affordable architect-designed houses with modern lines and a clever use of space. By taking a rational approach to architecture, companies such as Pettit+Sevitt and Merchant Builders reconfigured series of standardised designs to suit client needs and site conditions.  (Photos © Ange Wall)

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