By Poppy Russell. Interior. Published at Wednesday, August 15th, 2018 - 01:50:27 AM.
The home we're featuring today is a split level home of 309.5 square meters constructed in Australia from Bespoke Architects. The home shows off excellent views facing the sand dunes towards the southwest, includes a courtyard to the east with views towards a shrub book and opens up to the golf course while the northern wing is oriented towards the street.
The plan of the home was in part dictated by the regional constraints which required reverses on all four sides in addition to a restricted variety of materials used on the outside of the building. To be able to stick to these guidelines and also to have the ability to provide their clients the mid-century modern home they wanted, the architects decided to provide the home a reverse skin leaving the interior with concrete walls and cladding outside with ash timber.
The main space is the open layout joining the kitchen and living room, which can be visually divided with a massive metallic hearth. Oversized windows deliver much light in and allow appreciate the views. The home office is done using a very long narrow window, also, and there is enough space for 2 people. The furniture is mid-century modern and modern to get a comfy feel, and also the usage of wood and leather makes the insides more textural. Get inspired!
Source : DigsDigs
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