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Wonder. Inspiration and delight. Transformations. Adventure. Journeys and delivery. Passion and performance. Fascination, appreciation and execution. The wonder that is Wonder, a Melbourne based interior architecture firm founded by Georgina Jeffries and Pip McCully. Two homes, one in Armadale, one in Prahran. Eclectic materials, textures, light flooding in, clean lines and attention to the client's needs. Modern yet timeless.
P.S. If you think you recognise some of the images from the first home then you do. The photographer was Paul Barbera whose work I recently featured (here). The second house was shot by Christine Francis.
Burrowed into a sandy ridge on the Mornington Peninsula is a house by studiofour. Dark boxes spill down the slope while double height windows invite the outside in. Decks reach out to the native landscape which shelters the house from harsh winds. Public and private, positive and negative space, dark and light. Manmade and the natural. A holistic approach by the design studio ensures a bespoke home that addresses the site and the owner's needs. A piece of art, a sculpture as house, a metamorphosis.
Kim is hoping to start her new home in the coming year. She has been gathering ideas for months (actually that is probably years) and I have been equally guilty of bookmarking pages and saving files. Today I came across these stairs while real estate stalking. The moment I saw them I thought "Kim's new home". And if she doesn't like them I'm sure there is someone out there who will. You can see the rest of the house here.