Several luxurious Victorian-style mansions are located on this street in the suburbs of Melbourne. And we want to share photographs of one of them – the house was built in 1910 and there is the St Huberts sign on it. Its reconstruction began in 2017, and the architects of Robson Rak have made every effort to combine the grandeur of a bygone era and the beauty of modern interiors in its design. From the street, we are greeted by a luxurious gray facade with columns and brick inserts, and the front door is decorated with rich stained-glass windows. Windows, columns, stucco moldings and arches are practically the only elements from the past, otherwise, interiors are modern, inspired by the latest trends. They are designed mainly in milky, gray and sandy shades, while in some rooms they are complemented by, for example, blue, green or brown. The designers also worked well with the texture of wood and natural stone, which add solidity and chic to the interiors. An interesting mix of eras and styles!
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