The wood and steel entertainment unit becomes the focal point of a living space that is otherwise largely white. A sliding wooden door hides the TV and the shelves when needed while a spacious guest bathroom sits behind the unit.
Once inside one is engulfed by wood and the cozy environment is still minimal and nature-centric. It is the outdoor pavilion called ‘Makai’ that feels much more liberating as a carefully hidden outdoor kitchen on the deck sitting area and outdoor shower create a serene environment.
While the street façade of the house is filled with the movable walls and glass windows with wooden slats the rear wall is more closed and less adaptable. On the inside the style is distinctly modern with a simple living room a single-wall kitchen in white and a small dining space combined ever s efficiently.
Nestled in a beautiful neighborhood of St. Kilda this exquisite residence is no different as it marries the classic beauty of its red brick and terracotta exterior with a polished and elegant rear addition that is neatly hidden away.
Adding to the already inviting home is a beautifully crafted basement full of natural light contains the home library additional bedrooms and guest spaces. A smart car stacker views of the city and the world-renowned MCG in the distance and curated contemporary decorate complete a residence that adapts to changing times and necessity.
Draped in gray and white the exterior is refined and large glass walls and windows create a natural connectivity with the outdoors. On the inside a minimal-modern decorating style is combined with rough concrete accent walls and warm wooden surfaces.