Bondi Penthouse by Brian Meyerson Architects

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Located on Sydney, Australia’s nicely-recognized seashore for searching, the Bondi Penthouse – designed by Brian Meyerson Architects – is a haven for luxurious and minimalism. The penthouse was constructed on prime of an current development with a rich historic previous. The excellence of earlier and new was neither a compromise nor a hindrance; the provides and varieties utilized by the architects have been meant to amalgamate the two buildings.

The brand new development has white metallic cladding with fascinating geometries that make up each panel. Nevertheless, this delicate colored supplies does not dominate the distinctive development, nevertheless in its place, enhances the lightness of its robust masonry improvement. The within fantastically mimics its extraordinarily-fashionable exterior.

I’m obsessed with utilizing metallic cladding on exteriors, and the white metallic exemplifies the development’s clear strains and actual edges. Stepping inside the within, no one would have any idea that they’ve been sitting on prime of a historic setting up. I really like how the white metallic wraps spherical from the floor into the home’s ceilings and partitions.

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Bondi Penthouse by Brian Meyerson Architects in main architecture  Category

Bondi Penthouse by Brian Meyerson Architects in main architecture  Category

Bondi Penthouse by Brian Meyerson Architects in main architecture  Category

Bondi Penthouse by Brian Meyerson Architects in main architecture  Category

Bondi Penthouse by Brian Meyerson Architects in main architecture  Category

Bondi Penthouse by Brian Meyerson Architects in main architecture  Category

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