ettigrew House is a standout on three counts. : it was the first completed residence of Melbourne modernist architect Robin Boyd, in tandem with Kevin Pethebridge, delivered in 1946 and now heritage listed. Second, it remained in the hands of the same owner until the widow Pettigrew relinquished it in 2015. Third, the new owners were visionary enough to engage a then little-known interior designer to reconfigure their family home. In the interim, David Flack has become one of Australia’s most renowned. “The exterior of the house is heritage listed but the inside isn’t,” says David, 34, founder and director of Flack

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