What is a House Mullet?

Contrary to what you might initially think, house mullets are actually quite cool, exciting and trendy.

The house mullet is about retaining the ‘business’ of a building along the street frontage and then creating this modern ‘party’ of architecture at the rear.

These types of renovations enhance a buildings harmony with the streetscape but where you leave the visibility of the front façade you can go as wild as you want (within reason and planning codes).

This is an excellent choice for people who like the combination of both traditional and modern architecture.

Below we have gathered some local Brisbane Mullet House examples alongside national ones.

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Design by Studio15B (Brisbane)

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Design by Leith Architects (Brisbane)

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Design by Doherty Design Studio (Melbourne)

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Design by Foomann Architects (Melbourne)

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