Poppy Gwendolen September 4, 2021 Home Designs
This house has a lot of decorboths that are raw and canceled both on the inside and on the outside, so it looks smoother and airier
Acarbon neutral house in Perth, Western Australia has been completed by Architecture Studio Whispering Smith. The miniature tower with three floors packs all the facilities in a size of less than 200 square meters, for example an underground garage, in addition to the attic bedroom on the top level.
Whispering Smiths renewable, this sleek house is made of high recycled content concrete panels and white as well as brick from recycled. The inside is equipped with a choice of materials in their natural and raw state: you will see untreated plaster, bricks and concrete that make the atmosphere light and airy as well as in combination using elegant details in golden and sufficient vegetation levels.
The furniture used for the arrangement of the room is neat enough with some contemporary medieval touches to display something beautiful. Plywood, metal, wood, concrete and even tile chairs retain a view of the space that is worth occupying even though it is unfinished yet smooth and spacious looking spacious. Space is not sufficiently rigidly defined to ensure the flow of organic exercise between areas, resulting in the concept of a house with a lightweight design and looking more minimalist.
There is a private courtyard equipped with a bar table and seating is in the corner, while in another backyard that really looks no decoration except a large planter who has a chair even though the owner can sit in the yard. The airy atmosphere and smooth transition between your zone can be ascertained from the exterior area. A peaceful place to live
The house is covered with plaster and concrete that looks in harmony with what will appear inside.
The master bedroom was created with the concept of concrete and brick walls, partly lilac walls that enhance the color and plant lilacs
White bricks are applied throughout the house that make it look spacious and unusual yet more attractive
folding doors are applied in several places and become one when the door is opened
In the toilet is shown a way to combine plaster, brick and concrete and white tiles in one place and put wood in it, this can be more pleasing to the eye
Wood and metal utensils are inspired by vintage so that it makes you curious about the interior concept
Cooking area apply plaster and concrete, and concrete can be used as a table cover and dining table to make it more durable
Tile chairs are an uncommon alternative, they are curious and make the owner feel modern at the best of times
The outer area is so large that it is used for the yard and benches made of large bricks can be used to sit and relax