All posts with tag:Melbourne

The way Studio Ezra masterfully combines old and new in design of this Melbourne home is admirable. Of course, the emphasis here is on modern design, take at least the open living room – trendy furniture and decor, contemporary art, and Scandinavian-style kitchen. At the same time, details from the past are very harmoniously woven…

Designer Tali Roth opened a studio in New York in 2015 and has already completed many wonderful projects in the United States. But she also does not forget about her Australian roots and often visits her homeland. Here in Melbourne, Tali even has a wonderful house, the interiors of which look very fresh and unusual…

The main facade of this beautiful Victorian house with carved terraces in Melbourne was built at the beginning of the last century, but the modern extension has only recently appeared here. While working on the project, Ingis Architects studio pursued 2 main goals: to create additional open living space for relaxation and entertainment of the…

This house in Australia is quite modest in size, especially by today’s construction standards. But it has one cool highlight – numerous of windows and an interesting high ceiling in the living room. So the interiors are as bright as outside during the day. The overall decor is simple and neutral, with white and gray…

The highlight of this modern house in Melbourne is natural stone. Several of its types decorate the interiors of the house, as well as its facade. So, the most noticeable and impressive is the dark terrazzo on the kitchen island, backsplash and console in the living room. Also, the corrugated limestone, that from the outside…

The intricate architecture and black facades make this Melbourne house seem like a modern build. But in fact, the cottage was erected back in the 1980s, and what we see now is the result of a skillful reconstruction by Atlas Architects. The original building had an inconvenient layout and distribution of spaces, also it was…

Australian studio Hecker Guthrie has made the transition between the historical past of this Victorian house in Melbourne and the present as smooth and stylish as possible. The house was built at the beginning of the last century, which is reminiscent of the beautiful main facade with characteristic terraces. At the same time, the new…

The exterior of this Melbourne cottage seems to take us 100 years into the past – traditional Victorian architecture delights with a graceful white facade with arched windows and a veranda. But on the rare side of the house, there is a modern extension with glass walls and minimalist architecture. In the same way, in…

A bold color scheme of unusual and interesting shades of blue, green and apricot is a perfect reflection of the lush exotic garden that surrounds this home in Melbourne. The cottage itself is not very large, but the white walls and high ceilings visually expand the space, while the bright modern design with cool solutions…

With a simple U-shape architecture and living spaces arranged around a small but cozy patio, Ha Architecture makes no secret of using the Japanese approach to living in this project. Inside, not only posters with hieroglyphs, but the ascetic design also confirms Eastern philosophy. Refined modern furniture and decor, which combines Scandinavian and Japanese motifs,…