The approach to the interior was to create stark graphical interfaces throughout the home to highlight key design details.
The open plan layout of the bottom two floors gives the house a spacious and airy feel. An eight metre void between lower and ground floor acts as a light well, accentuating the vertical expanse between the two floors.
In the basement high ceilings and an open expanse of space create a gallery-like feel. However, secluded spaces can be found in the private study, guest bedroom and gym.
The selection of natural finishes, including marble, brass and timber, help to balance the imposing architectural details with a warm and inviting home.
The ground level holds the foyer, reception room and open kitchen and dining area.
The Valchromat units are topped with thick slabs of tundra grey marble and the taps are finished in oil rubbed bronze to compliment the bespoke dining pendant.
On the first floor lay the master suite, the two children’s bedrooms and a family bathroom. The second floor has a guest bedroom and ensuite.