Small House from the 70s in Australia Gets a creative and eco-friendly extension
No matter whether climate change is a real process or we overdo it, the construction of an energy-efficient House has many advantages, not only in this respect. The customers have good conditions in everyday life. Because most modern buildings are not only sustainable, but also quite stylish. This is also the reason why more and more home owners just to choose. We start, that you can reduce also the invoices for electricity in addition to the harmful emissions. With this Green intent in mind also Bourne blue architecture started the renovation of this House from the 70s.
Instead of having to start everything from the layout here, the architects have changed the existing design lines in comfortable bedrooms and other private rooms. A new wing has, however, served to accommodate a new living room, dining area and kitchen. The extension opens to the courtyard, it was covered in wood and a metal construction has the whole thing, to give more security. The design is simple, effective and reminds us of prefabricated metal buildings. A large glass door combines the total range with the Court in a seamless manner.
To make the whole thing even more demanding, the redhead home renovation firm integrated many eco-friendly facilities. It has installation for the collection of light bulbs on the ceiling, LED lights that consume little power, top-notch installation and a design that integrates passive heating and cooling strategies.
Small house in Australia – modern architecture
Large sliding doors and comfortable interior
Kitchen countertops – White gloss
Striking pendant lamp
Large, open living area
Organic, natural materials and components
Partitions and room dividers
Modern and rustic at the same time
Wash basin made of stone with Cabinet
Exotic plants complete the airy ambience
Garden furniture made of rattan on the porch
Elegant and freshly landscaped front yard
Soft indirect lighting