A dated farmhouse gets a modern redo

Posted on Thu, 21 Jun 2018 by midcenturyjo

“Located in Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula, this interior and landscape project to a 1930s weatherboard and rock house offers a careful manipulation of dark and light to suit the particular needs of a writer with a predilection for darkness and exploit the site’s broad established garden outlook.”

Melbourne-based architecture and interior design practice have taken a confused warren of rooms and created a home that moves seamlessly from cave like living room to light and bright open plan kitchen dining. Bedrooms with their ensuite bathrooms continue to play with the idea of light versus dark. The result is a modern remake of a dated farmhouse.

 

 

ombia says:

Really well done. And i even don’t prefert that style. But great work.

julia says:

looks fantastic, love the light & the wooden interiors.

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