Restoring this Victorian terrace home was an actual problem for the architects and designers at Chenchow Little. But they gained the Australian Institute of Architect award for this home named Skylight, situated in Sydney. The home options three bedrooms, two loos and a brand new kitchen. By following a traditional Victorian plan, the designers deliberate secondary rooms on the bottom flooring and dwelling rooms on the highest flooring. Thus, the dwelling space was made to entry extra daylight and the strategically positioned home windows present views throughout Parramatta River.
The relocated front room results in the brand new kitchen. In between the lounge and the kitchen, a brand new courtyard has been created, which encircles an present mature banksia tree. Pure and minimal colours and supplies like uncooked concrete, glass, white partitions have been used. Several Scandinavian and Italian items have been used for inside designing, which embrace hand-tufted wool carpet within the colour ice. Perfect lighting system is one other spotlight of this Victorian home.
Overlapping Land/House Sports L-Shaped Structure