Just as our first white house celebrated it’s stylish simplicity so does this contemporary house on Sydney’s northern beaches. Even though it doesn’t sit in a field of waving grasses tree tops and expansive blue sky are captured through a feature celestory window. Light and airy, open plan living perfect for the Australian climate. Skylight House by Rachel Hudson Architecture.
Contemporary living in the Melbourne suburb of Elwood. I was real estate
strolling scrolling when I happened upon this modern family home. The long narrow block is typical of the area but the designers have managed to not only include a pool but a studio over the garage to the rear. Think clean lines, concrete floors and blonde wood. Link here while it lasts.
I think if I win the lottery (and I’m talking a big one) I might just be able to afford this Great Mackeral Beach home by award-winning architects Casey Brown. With views across Pittwater to Lion Island, Barrenjoey Headland & the iconic Palm Beach coastline, once inside, it’s like the house is floating on water. Stumble down to the beach or just relax, drinking in that view from your modern day beach shack. Link here while it lasts.
Terrazzo and Togo what more could you want? A fabulous contemporary addition to a California Bungalow in Melbourne’s inner city suburbs is the icing on the cake. Brunswick West House by architecture and interior design firm Taylor Knights.