1. Merricks House by Robson Rak Architects

    Merricks House, a 10-acre farm located in Merricks North, near Melbourne, Australia, was designed by Robson Rak Architects. The home is built on a horizontal orientation, emphasizing width instead of height, which creates a sense of refreshing amplitude. The initial brief for the house was for a simple rectangular box with symmetrical spaces. The objective being for the creation of order and symmetry to simplify ones life. In addition to this there was to be no direct harsh light into the house; just a natural glow of light throughout. The Plane tree outside the master bedroom to the south determined the planning and position of the house. The master bedroom was centered off this tree and the house and its zones extend to the west from here. The parents zone to the east, consists of a master bedroom, walk in robe, ensuite, and study space. The study can be accessed directly from outside an

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  2. The 20 Most Gorgeous Living Spaces In The World Presented on DesignRulz

    In today’s article we collected the top 20 most beautiful living spaces around the world. I am sure you will hate your apartment after checking out the images bellow. Starting from Switzerland, across America and up to Australia, there’s no better interior designs that the ones we collected and attached in the gallery bellow. Creating living spaces that are beautiful, trendy yet comfortable may not seem easy, but a look below will come in handy. We hope you will enjoy […] Read more

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  3. Home with Contemporary Updates: Dalkeith Residence by Hillam Architects

    Hillam Architects were asked by their client to design an update for their 1980’s home in Perth, Australia. This new home with contemporary updates was realized by a series of dramatic alterations and additions. The house is mostly glass, steel and concrete, and features a central swimming pool that thrusts forward, enjoying views of the surrounding valley. A new concrete canopy across the front elevation enhances the street presence of the residence while the reflection pool and stone tile path guide visitors to the entry, where a faceted timber window meets them at the front door. Preserving the northern aspect of the original home was a high priority with the kitchen and main living areas to have a strong connection with the outdoors […] 

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