With a straightforward and robust visual appeal, Stonewood, a suburb home in Melbourne, Australia is a project finished in 2013 by Breathe Architecture. The dwelling captures the sun, engages with the backyard and opens to the neighborhood. Privacy played a crucial function in generating this harmonious living area, consequently transparency was encouraged with moderation. The abundance of wood employed enhances the feeling of warmth. A little bit misleading, the exterior of the home was fully manufactured of wood (Sugar Gum timber). “Wooden bricks” define it and generate a cheerful geometry which can be observed also throughout the property. With numerous cut outs and frames the residence provides ample area to move freely and take pleasure in the outside.
The minimal upkeep finish, as well as the dynamic interior (with bursts of robust colours this kind of as yellow or green and geometric shapes on walls, rugs and materials of all kinds) outline the intriguing blend of rustic roughness and modern playfulness. It’s anything you really do not get to see daily. Colors and organic resources include a sense of vitality and dynamism to this space.
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