You may think you’ve seen this house before… and you have but from the architect’s portfolio not through the lens of a real estate photographer. Funny how things don’t look quite so perfect. The everyday creeps in like wrinkles in the sheets and furniture layouts in long shots that don’t quite look as good as a close cropped image. Hell who am I kidding. This house is pretty darn perfect regardless of differences in photos. I’m stalking the Yarraville House by Techné . Link here while it lasts. (Thanks Andrea!)
Fabulous! Love your stalking posts.
I think the architecture of this house is great but I don't really understand the two dining tables within metres from each other. (3, if you count the one outside). It may just be that, as I have noted before, I am no longer interested in having rooms I don't really use. I'd be curious to know just how much use that formal dining room actually gets. I think I would keep it as a daily dining space and use the living room corner as something else. Others, I'm sure will have a different opinion.