Posted on Mon, 7 Dec 2009 by midcenturyjo

WARNING. If clean modern lines, natural finishes, midcentury furniture classics, an understanding of the relationship between inside and out, the beauty of timber tick your boxes, if practicality is as important as beauty, if rooms should be playful and life is for living and homes are for people then Australian architectural firm Alwill will have your heart pounding, your palms sweaty and your head in a spin. Don’t worry. It’s not lethal. It’s love.






Well I think I can honestly say that’s the first time I’ve seen a bath with portholes in the side. Bizarre, yet very, very cool!

quality! love the these rooms.

oregonbird says:

The space and the furniture just wrap around and compliment each other. The great room with pretentions of leafy club life is my favorite space — if there are storage bins under the seating. And… I think the tub can wander around the bathroom at night. I’ve no doubt it visits the egg chairs, in fact. There’s just something very cool and animate about these rooms… you can hear the Sinatra in the background.

That looks really good, but I would add a little more color to it (read: pink;)

oh holland says:

Ar-har! I spy another toilet-tank-immured-in-wall. Next house, I’m hiding my tank thusly. (Brings to mind Poe’s tale "The Cask of Amontillado," if you’re wired weirdly like me.)

KiM says:

So let’s see here… sexy rod encased staircase (yes, stairs can be sexy), high beamed ceilings, eames chairs, aboriginal art, low loungey sectionals, a beni ouarain rug…..i think i’m going to pass out.

Claire says:

Aaaaah! I lovewantneed that bathtub! It’s like some magical Jules Verne diver mixed with bath-time!

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