A modern cultivation – innovative building extension in Melbourne
With a surprising twist to conventional geometry designed by Nic Owen Architects, this intriguing new addition to the classic House of Kew in Melbourne has a meaningful presence. The bold mounted to an existing House should ensure more room for the owner. Because the existing facade of the system could be changed not extensively, the additional construction in the large back yard was built to provide a seamless Visual link between the inside and the world outside.
Tradition and modern in one
The new cultivation to Kew House looks not traditionally and brave from outside off, the interiors are but simple and minimalist. A cold color in neutral shades is combined with bildschönem wood flooring, which is warmly inviting. The abundantly used glass makes the rooms look bigger.
In the open space of living room, kitchen and dining room are barrier connected
Clear view to the courtyard through floor to ceiling Windows
Minimalist with fresh accents
Yellow splashes of color decorate the room wherein appears the green from out there too as a part of the Interior thanks to the glass walls.
The stylish production is also ergonomic shelves and a modern bathroom with wooden accents
The image of the last extension in addition to the contrasting old plant is so nice. Creative and striking, it is a proof of that renovation and restoration by the imagination are restricted.
Always sufficient fresh air flows in through the large sliding door
The two levels in the garden are connected with a stable steps
On the porch you can spend nice evening time
A stylish architectural Eklektik