By Poppy Russell. Interior. Published at Monday, April 23rd, 2018 - 14:05:10 PM.
Situated in Armadale, an up-and-coming leafy suburb of Melbourne, Australia, this monolithic-looking residence by B.E architecture seems as though it's been carved as opposed to constructed. The home is characterized by means of a sculptural heftiness along with also an ethereal weightlessness, most viewed while the sun illuminates the rock's texture.
On the ground floor, the day lit, open-plan living area completely opens into an adjoining courtyard, courtesy of completely retractable, floor-to-ceiling glazed doors, purposely built to appeal to the owners' frequent entertaining.
The interiors remind of the paradoxes of the exterior: minimalist aesthetic of stone floors, white walls and trim are completed with a whimsical selection of furniture that ranges from modernist classics to vintage pieces and bespoke designs that playfully reflect the clients' styles.
The exterior spaces are styled to make a very natural appearance, and a big pool with balconies on it seems really inviting. The designers and architects gave attention to every detail to make this house a masterpiece, and they triumphed!
Source : DigsDigs
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