A neutral color palette new lightweight walls skylights and top-notch insulation and energy-efficient LED lighting put the final sustainable touches on this dashing home Down Under that relies on lighting spatial arrangement and a connectivity with outdoors in order to provide the perfect living environment for a modern family!
Each home is an expression of both its homeowner’s taste and the various external factors that shaped its unique silhouette. Set in the modern suburb of Thornbury the designed by BENT Architecture was shaped by the more classic homes that surround it along with the architect’s desire to craft something new and exceptional.
Step in and it is a more classic Japanese style that takes over. Warm wooden tones can be found everywhere with an open living area connected to the central courtyard outside. A small wooden deck extends the living room outside while sliding doors delineate space and offer privacy when needed.
Instead of completely demolishing the old house and building a new one the smart remodeling saves both time and resources while preserving and enriching the historic appeal of the Ocotea House. Nestled in the bright and sunny beachside suburb of Melbourne Australia the Gable House is a modern revamp of a that ushers in plenty of natural light even while giving the interior a contemporary upgrade.
The non-intrusive renovation and extension project relied on a new rear addition with twin roofs to give the backyard a distinct identity even while delineating the living area from kitchen and dining.
That’s right; are currently reshaping more modest urban homes all over the world. The idea might not be revolutionary in itself but architect Manuel Ocaña definitely gives it a fresh new upgrade with his ingenious design of three different apartments in Spain.