The designer says “Looking directly out to Bondi Beach, this residence captures the very essence of Sydney’s beachside living. Filled with natural light, a palette of muted tones draws in the ocean without competing with the view.
The spaces have a luxurious easiness to them. Materials were selected based on their tactile qualities; kitchen benches are a crackled ceramic, the timber joinery has a raw feel and soft-coloured concrete floors are cool underfoot. The interior spaces flow into one another but thresholds are expressed with deep timber architraves. The result is a residence that captures the colour and easy spirit of Bondi Beach.”
I say the curves and spirals along with the hints of blush pink remind me of a sea shell and as it overlooks Bondi Beach I’m sure if you put your ear up against a wall you will hear the sea. Beach House by Richard Stanisich.
That pink bathroom is a bit of a love it or hate it scenario.
Personally it’s a look I’d call Caravan Park Chic. Whether a person thinks that’s a Terrible Thing or an example of Edgy Cool is proportional to the chances of that person ever being stuck in an actual caravan park.
Also of note: the ‘Failed Attempt to Get a Crime Scene Out of a Rug’ rug in the living room, and the ‘”Very Dark Green and Very Pale Blue Go Really Well Together!” Said No One Ever’ kitchen.
Love the use of curves in this house, makes it so relaxing.