Roof that Curves Upwards Brings Light into This Revitalized Aussie Home

If you find us constantly harping on the relevance of lighting and natural ventilation although organizing for a home, then it is for great cause. Lighting can make or break the appeal of an interior and can transform a dark, dingy and unlivable room into a modern day, cheerful setting. This…

If you find us constantly harping on the relevance of lighting and natural ventilation although organizing for a home, then it is for great cause. Lighting can make or break the appeal of an interior and can transform a dark, dingy and unlivable room into a modern day, cheerful setting. This impact is even far more profound in case of all-natural light and the Curvy Home in Northcote is a ideal illustration of how inventive design can usher in sunlight into the most improbable areas! Made by Ben Callery Architects, the rear extension of this narrow brick home in Melbourne relies on a roof that curves towards the sky to fill its residing area with sunlight.

Contemporary rear extension of brick house in Melbourne with curved roof Roof that Curves Upwards Brings Light into This Revitalized Aussie HomeModern rear extension of brick home in Melbourne with curved roof

It is the ingenious, convex curve of the roof along with the clerestory windows that quickly grab your consideration as you enter the new rear extension that opens up in the direction of the backyard and the extended wooden deck. A series of folding glass doors with dark frame delineate the interior from the outdoor hangout even even though permitting light to movement via unhindered. The revolutionary roof does the rest as it brings the northern sunlight although offering the open plan residing, kitchen and dining a much more spacious and breezy ambiance.

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Open program residing area with kitchen and diningFolding glass doors with black frame connect the interior with the rear yardClerestory windows and curved roof give the interior a spacious seemOutdoor hangout connected to the living room insideWine storage combined with the kitchen island

With a neutral shade palette that largely relies on white, comfortable contemporary furnishings and wooden cabinets along with floating shelves, the nifty extension feels both comforting and refined. A room-savvy workspace and a wine storage spot integrated into the kitchen island put the last touches on a dashing makeover of a residence whose Heritage façade is even now neatly preserved! [Photography: Tatjana Plitt]

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Exclusive modern day backsplash for the fashionable kitchenTiny property workspace with sleek floating shelves overSimple floating shelves act as the two decorative and useful additionsModern brick wall bathroom with standalone bathtubView of the curved roof from the rear yardCurved roof brings organic light into the Melbourne house

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