Toorak Texture Residence by Northbourne Architecture + Design (15 pics)




Designed by Northbourne architecture + design , this home redesign boast an modern & elegant ambient with various patterns, textures & contrasts. Take a look at the complete story below.

Toorak Texture Residence by Northbourne Architecture + Design

Toorak Texture Residence by Northbourne Architecture + Design

Toorak Texture Residence by Northbourne Architecture + Design

Toorak Texture Residence by Northbourne Architecture + Design

Toorak Texture Residence by Northbourne Architecture + Design

Toorak Texture Residence by Northbourne Architecture + Design

Toorak Texture Residence by Northbourne Architecture + Design

Toorak Texture Residence by Northbourne Architecture + Design

Toorak Texture Residence by Northbourne Architecture + Design

Toorak Texture Residence by Northbourne Architecture + Design

Toorak Texture Residence by Northbourne Architecture + Design

Toorak Texture Residence by Northbourne Architecture + Design

Toorak Texture Residence by Northbourne Architecture + Design

Toorak Texture Residence by Northbourne Architecture + Design

The clients initially felt they required a second story extension to their home. Through the rigorou

The clients initially felt they required a second story extension to their home. Through the rigorous briefing and feasibility process, Northbourne identified key critical elements and established through sketch design and timeline analysis, an extension was not necessary. Instead, a clever internal redesign of the existing building footprint was all that was needed to achieve an outcome of superior functionality. For the interior design, Northbourne drew inspiration from the client‘s love of patterning, texture & contrast, evident in the client‘s artwork collection. These ideas were interwoven into the whole design including joinery design, colour selections and material choices. We are really happy with the outcome, as is our client. It is bold yet delicate and provides excellent functionality which underpins the entire design. Photography by Eve Wilson Furniture by AJAR Related Post Sydney Loft by Allen Jack+Cottier Lebanon Waterfront City by Oppenheim MTV‘s Times Square Offices by a+i architecture Dune House by Marc Koehler Architects Apartment From A Magazine by Ulla Koskinen KNRDY Restaurant by Suto Interior Architects .yuzo_related_post img{width:195px !important; height:195px !important;}.yuzo_related_post .relatedthumb{line-height:15px;background: !important;color:!important;}.yuzo_related_post .relatedthumb:hover{background:#fcfcf4 !important; -webkit-transition: background 0.2s linear; -moz-transition: background 0.2s linear; -o-transition: background 0.2s linear; transition: background 0.2s linear;;color:!important;}.yuzo_related_post .relatedthumb a{color:!important;}.yuzo_related_post .relatedthumb a:hover{ color:}!important;}.yuzo_related_post .relatedthumb:hover a{ color:!important;}.yuzo_related_post .relatedthumb:hover .yuzo__text–title{ color:!important;}.yuzo_related_post .yuzo_text, .yuzo_related_post .yuzo_views_post {color:!important;}.yuzo_related_post .relatedthumb:hover .yuzo_text, .yuzo_related_post:hover .yuzo_views_post {color:!important;}.yuzo_related_post .relatedthumb{ margin: 0px 0px 0px 0px; padding: 5px 5px 5px 5px; }




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