This undertaking represents the alteration and addition of a terrace city home in Carlton, Australia. The quick presented by the owners to 4-Web site Architecture called for, among other spaces, a new residing space. Surprisingly for this kind of a tiny and narrow location, not only did the architects control to produce all these spaces, but there is also a great deal of light and storage throughout the residence. The living space juts out into the rear backyard, producing a narrow but light-filled corner with a daybed nook that combines seating and storage at the bottom. This daybed looks to continue outdoors into the backyard with a broad concrete window sill that produces a sheltered bench. The storage structure of the daybed continues on the left wall with complete height storage cabinets and then integrates 1 side of the kitchen counter. The backsplash of the kitchen counter, in little white vintage rectangular tile also forms the backrest of the daybed. The coldness of the tile is balanced by the presence of several colorful fabric cushions. The backrest of the other side of the nook is against a massive corner window, producing it the ideal spot for reading in normal daylight. The created-in customized day bed with its black fabric cover requires advantage of each and every inch offered. It also offers a spot for sitting, lying down and storage for modest objects.
There is one thing unconventional about this nook, that invites to full rest and day-dreaming. The colorful cushions with geometric patterns enhance this “peace & love” atmosphere.
The nook is part of a bigger built-in functional framework, nonetheless it has a quite powerful identity. It is the principal focal point of the residing space.