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A Paddington, Sydney terrace house extension by Adrian Amore Architects opens the house to the outside, allowing light to flood in to the open plan living,dining, kitchen area. Steel and glass, wood and stone create a warm, contemporary feel to an otherwise simple white space. Photography by Felix Forrest.
I'm stalking this house for the kitchen. Now you see it, now you don't island bench and the wall of plants, the view out to the deck and the lovely light. A brick bungalow in Kensington, Sydney keeps its architectural details but is slick and clean lined with its renovation. Did I mention the lovely light? Link here while it lasts.
P.S. It's a Häcker kitchen.
"Foam Street House features the adaptive reuse and transformation of a cold, dark and inefficient 1915 Edwardian house into a warm and light filled family home that has direct connections to the outside."
Old red brick plays against concrete blocks and timber while the hero of the space, the slick new black brick, provides the punch. Light floods in through full height glass and steel windows and doors, opening the new addition to the garden. Deceptively simple, modern lines big on style and impact. By Melbourne based architectural firm Preston Lane.
Photography by Derek Swalwell.