Andrew Maynard, whose Vader House we have now introduced earlier, has chosen an fascinating design concept that gave its identify to the Tattoo House in Victoria, Australia.
The Tattoo House is an extension to a O bed room home, together with a brand new dwelling area and kitchen, with open plans permitting a variety of pure mild, as per the shopper’s requests. The easy “field” with an entire glass façade ensures simply that and the white tree sticker “tattooed” onto the glass, in distinction with the pink finishes is clever regardless of being a business contact, and filters the sunshine into the dwelling areas like an actual curtain of timber.
Furthermore, it supplies opacity and glare discount. The design of the within areas is straightforward and multi-useful, an environment friendly outcome for the tight price range, and abides by the identical pink and white shade scheme . The sensible furnishing and particularly the modern “folded sheet” stairs and part of the kitchen counter serving, apparently sufficient, as stair platform, add an industrial and studio contact.
Historic Victorian Vader House: Contemporary Residence by Andrew Maynard Architects