The upper level is no different with a master bedroom and home office also drenched in more white. The color palette infusion of natural light and just the minimal presence of the seamless backdrop give the home spacious and serene vibe.
This is precisely what happens at this exquisite Aussie home as Zen Architects designed an efficient and multi-purpose studio that now sits next to the older residence. The new structure presents a multitude of possibilities and while it is being currently used as an extension of the main house it can also function as a standalone home with complete ease.
Bedrooms on this level aim to provide sweeping 360-degree views even as the traditional line between the outdoors and interior is completely blurred. The basement holds the garage gym small spa and guest room while glass walls provide protection without from the exterior.
A stone walkway leads to the entrance of the house and wooden cladding gives the street façade a warm inviting look without moving away from vernacular architectural influences. On the inside it is white that is the predominant color and a balance between natural ventilation and ideal insulation is achieved using special windows.
The old apple trees in the garden were left untouched with circular cut outs in the deck and in-floorLED lighting highlighting their presence. The entire project is a wonderful example or responsible renovation that is sensitive to a home’s rich past and current needs of its denizen!
The result is a captivating home and an even more exquisite backyard where one can enjoy the natural landscape beyond even while soaking in the warmth from the fireplace!
Balancing wood and brick with steel and glass there is plenty of textural contrast inside this elegant home while polished modern finishes make their presence felt both in the living area and the bedrooms.
Finding space in a neighborhood that is packed with long and narrow terrace houses in the suburban sprawl of Melbourne can be a tricky affair. It is a task that demands balance ingenuity and a degree of restraint. Combining all these with unique aesthetics is the fabulous that has been recently revamped by Windust Architects x Interiors.