A balance between eco-friendly features and economic design the in Australia is a modern renovation and addition project that completely transforms a Victorian cottage. Green Sheep Collective are the folk behind the fabulous makeover as they completely altered the ambiance of the interior by creating a more open and inviting living area filled with natural light.
Features like the built-in dining seating wooden half-shelves and clever kitchen cabinets further help in maximizing the available square footage. Custom brick planter boxes bring greenery to the kitchen and dining area even as the small wooden deck extends the living area outdoors.
Designed to meet the needs of a modern family the cost-effective house cuts back on excesses and relies on smart architecture and passive heating and cooling techniques to provide a cheerful and low-cost housing solution.
Sunlight and an undisturbed flow between the different rooms of the house was one of the main factors that defined the new interior. With bedrooms on the top level completely sheltered from the active life on lower level the house combines two contrasting aspects with great balance and fluidity.
Elegant uncomplicated and showcasing a blend of western aesthetics and classic Japanese design designed by Takashi Okuno perfectly accommodates the needs of its elderly residents. With a gray and white exterior the exterior of the residence paints a contemporary picture.
Midcentury modern elements can be found throughout the house but with an eclectic twist. A couple chairs in bright yellow at the live-edge dining table geometric floor tiles in the kitchen an all-wood kitchen island and shelving and stylish contemporary pendants complete an open plan living that feels inviting and inimitable. A home office swimming pool and relaxing bedrooms put the final touches on a practical transformation.