By Poppy Russell. Interior. Published at Wednesday, August 08th, 2018 - 01:55:41 AM.
Curatorial House, located in the town's North Shore region, was constructed in the 1930 and subsequently redesigned by Australian studio Arent & Pyke to allow the proprietor's extensive art collection take centre stage.
The architects maintained the first design and redesigned the interior to make it more contemporary. The brand new design nods to the glamour of the age and avant-garde temperament of this P&O motion, that was on in 1930s.
The studio started using a monochromatic scheme throughout your home to visually unite its dwelling spaces, finishing walls in white and black timber floorboards in starkly contrasting black. The designers also expected the controlled palette would make it possible for the artworks and furnishings to talk volumes.
The kitchen, which had formerly been sat in the back of the home with minimal access to natural light, was transferred to the middle of the ground floor to function as the primary family gathering stage.
The designers then made a decision to present a fireplace into the home's living space to make it feel much more warm and welcoming. A balcony has also been constructed in the front of the room to create a much better visual link to the house's large garden and outdoor pool. Get inspired with of the spaces of the wonderful home and expansion below!
Source : DigsDigs
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