A large family of architect Emily Fox lives in this house in Sydney. She has a husband, two children and a dog, but grandparents and other relatives constantly come to visit. Initially, this house was designed to be divided into two parts: the house itself and an apartment with a separate entrance. The architect decided to keep this feature, but at the same time give the facade and interiors a neat modern look. Relatives and friends can be accommodated both in guest rooms and in a separate apartment. The ground floor is dominated by recycled brick walls, concrete floors and ceilings. The furniture is made of light-colored plywood, while the window and door frames are made of Akkoya wood. The second floor is made in a softer palette with a predominance of blue shades. Of course, the owners of the house could not help but take advantage of the warm Australian climate, and in the backyard, she created a cozy zone, immersed in greenery and plants.
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