Modern House cultivation lit classic monument
Modern renovations and stylish extensions become more and more popular. The best thing is that homeowners and architects very often want to get intact the traditional structure. From this, a new trend is born. A great example is a modern house cultivation for a classical monument in Sydney. Rolf Ockert design has created a charming architectural blend of old and new with a unique flair for modern freshness and lightness.
The monument at 46 North Avenue in Sydney had a living area of 100 square meters
An extension of the Interior was therefore impossible. The professionals at Rolf Ockert design are met the current needs of the inhabitants and designed an ingenious extension. Contemporary and colourful of the cultivation of new House has two floors.
The facade is in cool grey and the Interior has splashes of a radiant white backdrop with fresh colors
You can find everywhere spirited red, subtle green, warm yellow and bright blue. There is no sign of boredom. Large folding sliding door connects the terrace to the living room on the first floor. Elegant lighting and floating staircase in bright lemon yellow are just a few of the most important elements that enrich the minimalist design. On the second floor are the bedrooms, where you can withdraw the demand.
If it runs past the House and sees only the facade of the monument you can never guess what for a beautiful, unique gem is hidden behind it. A modern house cultivation with lots of charm and a distinctive character. Find out for yourself!
Openness with swing
Colorful minimalism to feel
Eye-catcher in lemon yellow
A “Star Wars” overtones
Back to nature
Dreamy and fruity
Narrow openings for more privacy
An inspiring mix of styles
Timeless beauty with a modern twist