Designed by Third Skin it is also the placement of villas next to one another that makes the project so very special. Each villa seems to start where the previous one ends; creating a visual sense of continuity.
On the passive side of things you have smart orientation that heats and cools the house in a natural fashion a roof deck and upper level multi-purpose studio that brings in plenty of natural light and a small garden that allows the homeowners create their own urban oasis. Recycled materials a fabulous kitchen with a dark backdrop and modern décor make sure that this once dreary and aging house now has a vibrant contemporary vibe.
A flood of natural light illuminates various rooms of the house cutting back on the need for artificial lighting during daytime. Minimal décor built-in wooden benches and a neutral color palette create a harmonious and inviting atmosphere.
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.
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.
Is one such altered terrace house in the suburb of Melbourne that relies on passive and active sustainable features along with a new studio space that leads to the open wooden deck on the top level. Designed by Ben Callery Architects the new interior relies on a double height central void and a light-filled living area for its fresh modern look even as views of Rucker’s Hill grace almost every room of the home.