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A quaint Victorian double-fronted house in the heart of Melbourne, with a modern rear extension. Bold jeweled tones and meticulous management show off the designers signature style, the three-bedroom house maintains a Victorian charm and has a potentially modern feel.
With interesting color-separated rooms and a gentle balance between old and new styles, Lucys family home reflects the striking interior design that is her design studios most famous feature, with a unique style.
The cosy living room features Cini Boeris striped sofa and half a side table for Arflex. One of Lucy Burkes favorite works of art in her home is tasmanian art in her living room. Lucy said: It was bought about 25 years ago and has been in my family ever since.
Stroll along the original Victorian corridor, connecting the traditional facade with the angular new space. The floor is switched from light-colored oak to polished concrete to further emphasize the conversion between Spaces. Lucys favourite is the open layout, where youll find a feast of midnight plum blossom bricks, cyan and purple hues.
Striped sofas occupy the center of the living room, upholstered in dark blue velvet. It offers the perfect space to sit, relax and recharge with a traditional wooden fireplace. Lucy says: I especially love the fact that on a cold winters day we can sit by the fire and comfortably listen to bedtime stories with the kids, or listen to music with a good gin and tonic in hand.
Lucy is from Tasmania, so as you might expect, her favourite piece of art in the family is a work by Tasmanian artist Philip Wolverhagen that hangs in the living room. Lucy said: This painting has a special meaning. It connects me with family memories and distant Tasmania.
Designers like purple and blue surfaces, dark grape joinery in the kitchen with integrated appliances contrast smooth terrazzo table. I like custom-made, elegant kitchens, and for me, the kitchen is the heart of a home. Lucy said. Her kitchen has a custom-made Elba marble cutting board, a perfect place for colorful flowers, sculptures and other items.
A complex house located in Melbourne, bringing new life to the space. The apartment unfolds as a series of carefully planned moments in a fluid open plan. They allow residents to balance Shared experiences with moments of pause and refuge, creating a home that perfectly reflects the clients lifestyle.
It has left many unique features, and the personality is fully embodied and developed in the new design, especially an 8-meter-high multi-faceted building, known as the fragment. The architects planned around these elements, ensuring that the existing sounds of the project were integrated into the apartments.
Soft curtains serve as operable partitions, and the bodies they cover mark the threshold between the guest room and the living area. The large front volume accommodates the scattered functional living needs, with the laundry, washbasin and desk area integrated into a series of spatial pockets in the home, presenting a sense of surprise.
The fragments main body remains one of the most powerful sounds in the design, as it winds through the three-storey interior. Its surface is soaked in gold and covered with aged brass, while the other side is covered with the hard plaster of Venice. This complex geometric tonal depth brings visual interest to each living space.
The study makes a whole side cabinet, a whole side cabinet beside the window places a book, reside the person to still can sit before the window to read a book, it is a kind of good enjoyment.
The design becomes a tangible manifestation of the occupants personality, and the floor plan is characterized by an open space where friends can gather to cook and eat. At the same time, it is dotted with small corners, gardens and secluded reading Spaces, creating moments of peace.
The arrangement of the Spaces is somewhat unconventional, with the kitchen sandwiched between the existing three levels, reimagining the idea of the kitchen as the centre of the family -- the answer to the higher level of the centrally located cooking area.
The outdoor terrace becomes an extension of the dining area, bringing sunlight and green to the center of the interior. The boundary between the two Spaces becomes blurred as elegant black framed doors open, inviting people to chat and share food on benches outside.
Marble oval table, natural grain collocation blue flannelette chair, metope hangs watercolor picture, the pane glass door of whole wall guaranteed good daylighting.
Stair step USES tie Yi, embedded in the inside of the wall, made protective net bar around, one side relies on a wall another side to have bigger space.
The space is flexible and the inherent communal bathroom is the only room with a door. The architects abandoned the strict division of the space and replaced it with a sense of unrestrained freedom.
The cloth art bed of blue gray of the second floor, form a complete set with the curtain of flax ash, there is hanging on the bed watercolor artistic picture, white sheet is very striking.
Rina Lovkos blue terracon apartment in Kiev, Ukraine, symbolises a celebration of minimalism without fear of colour. The flats raw material panels and sleek, tidy interior create a scheme that is strict in form and aesthetics, but at the same time feels calm and welcoming.
The kitchen features a dusty terracotta color, with color walls that inject warmth into the apartments cold structural shell. This space becomes the heart of the house, and the Grand Island bench is imagined as a gathering place to share cooking, stroll and talk, and spend time with friends.
The 200-square-metre floor plan unfolds in a semicircle, and the rooms are small round sections separated by soft, curved partitions. Lovko replaces some of the walls with glass and integrated glass doors, allowing sunlight to penetrate the apartments most secluded corners. Filtered light now appears in every space, softening some of the harsh language of the project and lightening the heavy materials.
The exposed concrete ceilings and columns of the apartment building were preserved and covered with a translucent varnish. There is a constant tension between imperfection and perfection. The markings and indentations of the existing concrete formwork are located next to the original lines of the built-in blue shelving unit -- a moment when the two design languages collide. Concrete becomes the dominant sound in the room, its original expression balanced with the warm materials around it.
The tabletop is covered with terra-cotta tiles that are sewn together like quilts -- each tile is a slightly different color from its neighbor. The custom cabinetry reflects a minimalist design, with all unnecessary items safely hidden behind smooth, handleless doors.
Lofco takes every opportunity to hide the chaos of life, creating extra dressing rooms, an enclosed laundry room, and even replacing the TV with a projector to avoid unnecessary chaos.
The apartments unconventional radial form presented some challenges, however, its complex graphic design produced a design that was completely unexpected.