The series of two-and-four-bedroom villas designed by Omar Gandhi Architect are draped in wood with large glass windows and sliding doors perfectly framing the mesmerizing scenery outside. It truly is a world in itself!
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.
Cleverly delineating space in an open plan living is one way in which you can create individual rooms and areas without visually reducing space. Even the most resourceful room divider can prove to be a hindrance at times and in the tiny apartment it is undoubtedly glass that comes to your rescue.
Designed by Vasco Lope Asrquitetura is a single level urban residence that was in need of a light-filled makeover. Replacing the old yard with a curated modern outdoor space and connecting it with the indoors designers gave this modest house a completely new look.
Pops of blue and décor in gray complete a fabulous and energized Aussie home that brings a more sustainable and cost-effective approach to home renovations and additions. And all that is accomplished without compromising on aesthetics!
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.