In hiding

Posted on Thu, 27 Oct 2011 by midcenturyjo

Talk about hiding your light under a bushel! If turning your back on a busy inner city street and looking inwards is your thing then how about this Surry Hills, Sydney house by Anthony Gill. Minimalist interior doesn’t mean minimal style. The original house sits back from the neighboring terraces. Courtyards at either end. Sliding gate entry. It’s all about polished concrete, light, clever storage. Love the massive concrete kitchen bench. It’s a hard faced house in a tough part of the neighbourhood sitting in the gritty street. Hiding its beauty.

oh i love secrets! this is perfect.

Claire says:

I love how deceptive the exterior is x

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Loulou Ste-Adele says:

Oui ! Yes ! I just love this house. It could have so easily have gone cold but it is warm and cosy. Bravo. A total success.

polish chick says:

i love those floors. in fact, i love it all!

Very nice! My kind of place!

Stephanie says:

I think the frontage ruins the line of the existing Terrace Houses.

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