The house we are presenting today is a 309.5 square meter two-level home built by Bespoke Architects in Australia. The house has breathtaking views of the sand dunes to the south, has a courtyard to the east overlooking a tree reserve and also opens to the golf course, while the north wing faces the road.
The design of the house was dictated in part by local restrictions that required kickbacks on all four sides as well as a limited range of materials used on the outside of the building. In order to follow these guidelines and be able to offer their clients the mid-century modern house they want, the architects decided to give the house an inverted skin, clad the inside with concrete walls and the outside with ash wood.
The main room is an open floor plan that connects the kitchen and living room and is visually separated by a large metal stove. Oversized windows let in lots of light and enjoy the view. The home office is also equipped with a long, narrow window and offers space for two people. The bedroom is furnished with a large comfortable bed and highlighted with an arrangement of colorful works of art. The furniture is modern and contemporary in the middle of the century and creates a cozy atmosphere. The use of wood and leather makes the interiors more structured. Get inspired!