At the front the classic Edwardian home and its street facade are left undisturbed with three large bedrooms a dining area sweeping hallway and formal lounge finding space here. It is the rear half of the home that gets a dramatic makeover with two small gable roof additions that contain the family room and the master bedroom.
Giving a heritage house a modern facelift is a task that demands both considerable care and ingenuity. On one hand the street façade of these timeless homes needs to be preserved and enhanced while the interior demands a complete transformation one which ushers in freshness and practicality.
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.
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.
Yet there is plenty of privacy on offer with a small private yard for each of the villas allowing the owners to enjoy the outdoors during warmer months. With fabulous ski slopes just outside it barely is a surprise that Winterberg is a haven for skiing enthusiasts.
This is not about opulence or design ingenuity that showcases something radically new. The in Oslofjord archipelago exudes a sense of tranquility and Nordic simplicity that is both timeless and trendy.