Australian House design by BKK architects
The Australian Archtekturunternehmen BKK Architects designed the House in Victoria, Australia.
Completed in 2008, this 188 sqm large contemporary House consists of two separate residences, which represent a mirror image of each other.
Modular arrangement of the facade Windows
The facade of the House make up extra high wood panels
Basement in front of the House
Massive grey brick walls – the second residence
Green tight in the back yard of the building-
Semi-detached House of BKK architects:
“This project represents a pair of luxurious terraced houses, which were designed for private development company. It addresses themes of security and of compensation and also the flexible “design for living” life comfort.
Contemporary architecture – brick walls
The street façade consists of a single wooden lamp shade, which is marked by a collection of rectangular Windows. The levels of freedom from the composition reveals no information about the number of levels and living areas, hiding behind it.
As if you would have accommodated the concave single indentation on the front and the sides of brick, there is along with the entire room, which had bent.
Kitchen and dining area adjoin the living room – large white corner sofa
kitchen area in the semi – retro furnishings from light woodclose Hall in the industrial style – brick walls
Large area with wooden built-in cupboards and folding table attached to the wall
The bedroom has wooden wall decoration and many Windows
Extensive white bathroom design with style for more comfort
Semi or so-called two residences