Bronte House Design in Sydney
Bronte house designed by Chenchow Little Architects, located in Sydney. Initially built at the end of the 19th Century, one of the few original remaining features are the sandstone walls at ground level.
The house has many features associated more with an inner-city warehouse rather than a house near the beach, including a sense of boundless space. At the first floor, front room used as a family room and office, has a large sliding door. The dining and living areas at the rear of the home are also flexible. Glass sliding doors frame this space on three sides, one of which leads to a covered deck, the other being roofless. via wallpaper
Architecture, House Design, Interior, Luxury Home
Nubia PP ceiling lamp designed by R.Toso, N.Massari & Associati for leucos. This lamp resembling clouds or shells, a round, scalloped hand-blown glass diffuser.
Description from leucos :
A round, scalloped hand-blown glass diffuser, available in 2 sizes, highlights this design. Resembling clouds or shells, the designs are suitable for wall or ceiling applications. NUBIA PP45 as [...]
Mush Residence, a home incorporating an artists’ studio and exhibition space, Located in west Los Angeles, California. Designed by Los Angeles office Studio 0.10 Architects.
The residence comprises two buildings with a courtyard between. A two-storey building faces the street and contains a garage, apartment and art studio. The circulation and exhibition spaces for the owners’ [...]
Malibu beach home decorating modern architecture designed by Rockefeller Architect, located off a walk street with views of the Pacific Ocean and Malibu coastline. This modern home has the limits of height, width, and depth, which left little perimeter space, and with wooden floor.
Description from Architect:
Located off a walk street with views of the Pacific [...]