I came across this project by architecture and design studio and was mesmerized by the kitchen and that stunning marble countertop and backsplash. Also, dying over how the sink is inset into that raised section. !!! Then I learned this was a complete gut renovation when I came across more info on this project and was blown away at the amount of work that went into this project. Beautiful on the inside with a killer rooftop view outside.
Proof of just how much of a gut renovation this was…
Photos from their website and this article by (Marco Ricca)
I took a stroll through the Victorian country town of Daylesford today or should I say scroll through the real estate listings. I’ve found a great country home without the traditional rustic frou frou frills. Modern and minimalist and great for a tree change or just a weekend getaway. Link while it lasts.
The house is an early 1900s Queenslander. Described by the designers as “never lacking in style and charm”, they saw their role as updating the social lifestyle aspects of the home. The kitchen was redesigned and living and dining areas became connected inside and out. The result is a chic, contemporary home with a nod to its past and its feet firmly in the 21st century. Banksia House by , a small, award-winning, multidisciplinary studio in Sydney’s eastern suburbs.
I’m stalking a building in Sydney’s Darlinghurst that from the street you would not particularly notice but inside it has been converted into three residences that celebrate its industrial beginnings. Upstairs a four bedroom home with stylish eat in kitchen and courtyard garden. Downstairs two studio apartments that mean if I bought the place you could all take turns coming to stay and we can congregate around that table. Only problem is I would need around $4,700,000. Oh well that’s what real estate stalking is for. Dreaming. Link while it lasts.
“Sybil is a place for gatherings. The arrangements of buildings across the picturesque site generously provide an escape for family and friends. Implementing a deliberately rural pallet of raw yet delicate materials, we have carefully framed the landscape, providing visual context to each space. Designed to facilitate the clients desire to bring their loved ones together, Sybil becomes the context in which family memories are framed.”
Beautiful description of a beautiful space. Restrained, refined, considered. Sybil by .
Photography by Ben Hosking.