You might recognize the architect’s style from seeing the Bergman Werntoft House featured on Decoist a while ago. There are a few resemblances seen in both these residences – one of them is the same arrangement of the floor plan around an inner garden.
On the third level are housed 4 bedrooms including a master bedroom with clear urban landscape from a private balcony. Last but not the least is the top floor which features a rooftop viewing deck with 360 degree views of the whole city the suburb and the mountains.
You can find some vintage elements like the traditional candlesticks massive wood dinner table in the classic kitchen thereby ushering in a feel of the olden days. In addition to the traditional elements the home consists of modern items like lamps and pieces of furniture to have touch with the real world.
The relocated living room leads to the new kitchen. In between the living room and the kitchen a new courtyard has been created which encircles an existing mature banksia tree. Pure and minimal colors and materials like raw concrete glass white walls have been used.
All vertical partitions on this floor were treated using wooden louvers to maximize the natural light. As per client request the architectural material palette was limited as much as possible to black and white. The furniture range has been inspired by egg themes. Simply superb!