Posted on Tue, 13 May 2014 by midcenturyjo

The Cubo House, additions to a heritage listed double storey building by Melbourne architecture firm Phooey. Why Cubo? “The project applies the surrealist technique of “Cubomania” to catalogue, re-use & re-invent the demolished building materials.” The stand out feature of the new space? The staircase which spirals up and down through three levels topped by a creative re-use chandelier.

Photography by Peter Bennetts.

monnaie says:

Like the interior designing especially the stairs.

Ce blog est une superbe découverte ! Et la barrière de la langue n'est pas du tout un problème, étant donné la beauté de ces visuels !
A bientôt !
France Aspiration

María says:

This house is perfect! Love the kitchen!!!
Lots of love, xx

Phil Jackson says:

Thank you very much for this post! What a beautiful house! I would certainly want to live in this house! The predominantly wooden kitchen gives the interior a very nice look. The garden has also some wooden influences which give it a very natural look! The stairs are very nice, I wished I had seen this post earlier! A couple weeks ago I ordered glass stairs for my house. These stairs create a whole new feel to my house! It is nice to see how these stairs have made a change in my house. I want to thank you again for this post! It gives me inspiration for the future!

Phil Jackson

jane says:


jane says:

Totally gorgeous!

Blanders says:

I can always forgive people for having an obscene amount of money when they spend it on fun, innovative and exciting architecture like this.

Eric Gounon says:

A beautiful house, stairs and kitchen inspire me, there are good ideas!
Thank you – Domaspi

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