- Exotic bamboo pavilion promotes the learning and cultural exchange
- Clerestory windows in the living room
- Kitchen shelf in metal
- Holiday house with garden – open design promotes coexistence
- Inflatable furniture offer comfort in the midst of nature
- Blackboard in white kitchen
- Christmas decoration on the wall and dresser
- Vanity anthracite
- Set of mirrors
- Front glass for more light in the living room
Queens Park Residence in Sydney – wood gives the house design heat
What inspires a warm flavor when it is a good friendly architecture? Here is a project that stands as an example of wooden architecture. Indeed, it is the renovation of a traditional three bedroom house on a plot of land in Sydney. The Queens Park Residence in Sydney, Australia, designed and built by Australian architects CplusC. They show genuine love for the design of wood.
Queens Park Residence in Sydney
The shape of the butterfly roof is mirrored, while the hallway leads through the structure and into the heart of the house. Around the house are open living heart. The open space includes a spacious kitchen, dining room and a rear garden of the house where a wooden deck that surrounds the pool. Louvre windows and sliding doors give the Queens Park residence a sense of spatial continuity and bathe the interior with natural light. A detailed pergola structure built of wood and red cedar Dscharrabaum, filter light to a fine filigree.