Studio Pohio Adams has done a great job of both redeveloping and designing the interiors from scratch in this Sydney home. The house was built in the 1930s and did not meet many of the technical requirements and wishes of the owners. As a result, during the renovation, only three of the original rooms were preserved, while the rest was completely rebuilt. For example, glazing appeared in the entire wall and an unusual round window in the ceiling – through them, the light literally penetrates the house abundantly. The main decoration of the living room is the beautiful marble kitchen, which looks minimalist despite its functionality. After reconstruction, this house seems to satisfy all the possible needs of a modern inhabitant: from a library with classics and a barbecue area to a huge laundry room and study.
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