Australian architect Roger Nelson and his wife Jane planned to build a permanent home in nature to escape the hustle and bustle of Melbourne. But by the time they received a building permit eight years later, their needs and wants had changed. The couple did not give up the construction, but decided to make a weekend cottage instead of a permanent home. The building consists of two buildings with gable roofs, they are connected by a glass pavilion, which houses the dining room. The facade is finished with wood and painted black. Wood was actively used not only for external, but also for interior decoration, for example, for furniture and door handles. The designer managed to create an interesting mix of natural materials and modern minimalism. As the owners themselves say, this house has become a place for them to relax alone or with loved ones. And the atmosphere here is completely conducive to this!
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About Author:Maria is the lead author at pufikhomes.com. She finished faculty of journalism and art school, works in the field of PR and has a special passion for cozy interiors. Warm and soulful interiors where the life is felt are really close to her.
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