- country kitchen
- Modern kitchen wood cabinets
- Integrated within the system cabinet office
- Dining room
- Home Justine Glanfield founder of the Cotton and Milk brand
- Cat as a reason for bedding
- garden bench with awning
- Reading corner with Langflorteppich
- Wallpaper with large ornaments
- Support for flower pots
Kooyong – Modern residence look skulpturellem
Kooyong modern residence is a work of architecture by Matt Gibson Architecture, where old and new come together and form a unique part of life. The villa inspiration in Melbourne, Australia precipitated by them, unusual playful design language with a clear structure and the open concept with Grosszügiger spatial effect. Enjoy the elegance of the residence Kooyong perfect shape.
Modern Residence in Melbourne by Matt Gibson Architecture
Victorian house renovated with double-sided now has a wooden façade and distinctive flat roof. Some architectural elements of the old structure were maintained in particular, while others have been completely redesigned and engineered to take full advantage of the terrain.
Project of the open space may be the fusion line between inside and outside
With half timbered facade, this modern residence Kooyong is recognizable at first glance. Slats in solid wood with a light wood tone, can be easily and act friendly, but at the same time keep prying eyes. The shape of the roof leaking as it seems, from a distance, complete the sophisticated new look. Take a look inside, you fall again and again, that here the old and the new are harmoniously connected.
Renovated house today shines in all its splendor
Outdoor living spaces with double glazed face is connected to an L-shaped corridor on the first floor to find residential, kitchen, dining under one roof. Upstairs are the bedrooms. Terrace, classified on two levels and a beautiful outdoor pool are available.
Direct access to the garden with pool and garage allows the entire width of the house running sliding glass doors that are closed, according to the wishes and needs and can be opened.
A place where the flow of new and old in the other
House in sculptural
On the top floor with access to the roof terrace