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!
It is not very often that you see homeowners get involved in the nitty-gritty aspects of home architecture and design. There are fewer occasions when their hobbies and existing collection of art work or eccentric decorative pieces determines the form of the home.
A home office is increasingly becoming a must in modern homes and the dedicated formal dining room is making way for it with open plan living areas containing a smaller casual dining area.
On the outside the pool house complements the contemporary and simple design of the pool while on the inside one can find the kitchenette daybed bathroom and a relaxing social zone in a small and space-conscious area.
The is no different with its fabulous design that brings together two contrasting worlds. Classic and modern site comfortable next to one another in this residence built by Taylor Knights.
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.
Even from the outside one can easily notice that this Indonesian house is a touch different from others in the neighborhood. You can see the old vintage and colorful wooden panels coupled with brick walls and a dash of greenery give the street façade a unique and exceptional visual appeal.
There is also a pool table that should keep you busy at late night as you gulp down pint after pint of Guinness and there is never a dull moment for the privileged few who get to spend their time inside this famous Dublin loft.