Seen by its designers – Ellivo Architects – as “an examination of flexibility, space and materials”, this private Australian House offers a deep sense of privacy. Built in Paddington, Australia, minimalist House on a slope named after its location. The Paddington residence maximizes natural light, the breeze and the views without compromising the privacy of the family. The designer of interiors Tanya Zealey of Ellivo Architects, constructed a sequence of spaces in layers protected by doors and sliding curtain. A raw beauty is encapsulated on the stairs of the House cross of steel, steel handrail handmade and polished concrete floors.
The House is based on a 400 metres website that presents a challenge. Accompanying the inspiring architecture built on a steep slope of 14 degrees, is a protected tree of 100 years of age. The architects showed inspiring solutions in a modern plant of welcome flat: “the parti for the home is a procession of 5 different spaces, each with its own function, with a transition of the fig tree to the West and the views of the city to the East. Namespaces start with front entry defined platform by the canopy of the fig tree, which flows into the space of the kitchen through double-leaf doors. These doors open into the heart of the House – an impressive double-height dining room volume – Center and residence central meeting point. The following is the most intimate volume of the living room that it opens and turns through flexible and large sliding glass doors to the main deck. From here, the family may withdraw to their own private spaces. The parents room is a space type loft looking towards the city and down in the dining room. On the contrary, her teenage son area has pool view and local views of the barrio”
The photos of Scott Burrows presented an idea of bright and cozy house textures. The mezzanine floor of the library is impressive in this compact space, rising up in a double height space. There are so many distinct details that inspire, we invite you to see with your own eyes, enjoy and share!