Exquisite use of gray stone in the bathroom along with ample natural light and a white and wood color scheme in kitchen and dining put the final touches of sophistication on this fabulous transformation. Cheerful and inviting this once aging structure is again a delightful family residence!
Skylights and a neutral color palette are a big part of the design here with the living area appearing a lot more spacious than it really is. This sense of visual freedom continues across the various rooms of the house the stairway and even inside the attic workspace and studio.
Dubbed the Creekbluff Studio the smart addition extends the square footage of the house and also acts as a guest space and fun recreational zone when needed. But on the weekdays it is a dedicated office with enough room for 5 people to comfortably work within its confines.
Locally sourced hardwood is used throughout the house and this not only made the project a lot more sustainable but also cut down dramatically on the building time and costs. The interior is simple and elegant with distractions if modern life being kept away.
A vast estate that stretches into the outback solitude brought in by nature and a getaway that brings classic and modern design elements together in a dramatic fashion – on the Kimo Estate in New South Wales has it all!
in is one such rare instance when Andyrahman Architect combined the lifelong collection of vintage wooden panels frames and shutters of the homeowner with traditional brick walls vernacular elements and contemporary ergonomics. It is a fusion that will leave you spellbound!
Surrounded by greenery it is plywood pine and corrugated and smooth metal that shape its modern-rustic exterior and a more polished contemporary interior. A screen of screen of thin wood posts and a small front porch welcome you here with the interior opening up into a spacious double-height setting.
With the multi-tasking zone the home feels much more cheerful and the adaptable setting also frees up space in the main residence. Sliding glass doors and windows add to the atmosphere by bringing the outdoors inside