Home remodel – a vintage Victorian style in Melbourne
Sometimes the fascination in life from unexpected sources. Artists from FMD architects draw them the art of image carpets and the sewing room. Eingekriecht in the historic Melbourne, is the House of embroidery as a proof of this, as you can connect old and new in a seamless manner. This works particularly well with intelligent design solutions.
FMD architects ensure that the classic, Victorian-style facade of the House shall remain unchanged. The same also applies to the bedrooms in the main building.
Modern renovation of a Victorian house
You have been active on the rest of the room. There, it has accommodated the living room, the kitchen and a large dining area in the glass building. The character of the building is determined by a number of wooden beams. They stretch across the new extension and provides a Visual link between this and the Victorian house. Inspired by the various techniques of image carpets and sewing art, it combines old and new wooden beams.
The genesis of this idea is interesting! It has asked the architects to secure more space for the three tapestries depicting the House they inherited. The wooden beams give the design not only Visual splendor, but they serve to isolate more abundant shade, through which the home owner can enjoy their time great.
Would you opt for home also for a solution?
Renovate a Victorian home
Sustainable design with wooden beams
Modern interior decoration made of wood
Bedrooms in the main building
Modern bathroom design
Innovative wall decoration
Garden and outdoor
Home remodel – residential plan