Curvaceous and virtually dizzying, this sculptural trendy condominium situated in West Melbourne resembles a up to date artwork gallery. Transformed from a butter manufacturing unit into an unconventional dwelling area by the artistic minds of Adrian Amore Architects, the place is intriguing to say the least. White partitions all through make an excellent background for twisted shapes and minimalist furnishings. The shade palette is stored easy- few objects disrupt the grandeur of the black and white duo- leading to a sober, but unusually interesting design scheme.
The first degree is an open plan dwelling and eating space- an virtually surreal social zone, bodily constructed utilizing a strong geometry. Some of the weather, such because the painted pipes and large pendant lamps descending from the ceiling, give a method the constructing´s industrial heritage. The second flooring accommodates the bedrooms. In between- an enormous stairway that spirals all the best way as much as the roof deck. What do you consider are the perks and drawbacks to dwelling in a spot like this? [Photographer: Fraser Marsden]