The result was a neutral but spacious and airy kitchen. Even though the space is the same, the atmosphere is completely different. The kitchen, now part of the dining area, is unrecognizable and by far more stylish than its previous version.
The exterior materials include stone, wood and stucco. Inside, the combination of white oak, mahogany, rosewood and zebrawood creates a warm atmosphere in contrast to the cool modern style, while expansive skylights generate shifting light throughout the day.
One massive block on top of another and here we have an interesting structure, appealing and very modern, in the comfortable climate of Londrina, Brazil. played with volumes and textures and provided a young and dynamic home to a couple, looking for something less ordinary than the classic family house.
The ground floor is an open space with a continuous pavement, where the dining room, the kitchen and the living area are located. First level accommodates three bedrooms and two bathrooms. The second floor was also turned into an open space, flooded in natural light through skylights and a cut in the cover that originates a small terrace with beautiful views to Finisterre and the Carnota bay.
Widely known for its tranquil and beautiful suburbs, Melbourne (Victoria, Australia) is an inexhaustible source of architectural inspiration. From modern to fully traditional venues, the city keeps expanding its boundaries, enriching the landscape of the suburbs. We’ve stumbled upon Thornbury House, a traditional dwelling with a contemporary extension.
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