An artist property owner tasked Splinter Modern society to open up up and layout an addition to their present heritage house. The Colonnade Home transitions to a daring, modern-day extension made of concrete showcasing a row of columns – a colonnade – running down the center, therefore connecting the older aspect of the dwelling with the yard. The end result is a completely blended property mullet that is contemporary, peaceful, and calming for the large spouse and children to delight in.
The conventional front of the household features an intersecting gabled roof, which juxtaposes the minimal geometric rooflines marking the newest section of the property.
The Colonnade Dwelling is outfitted with solar scorching drinking water, h2o tanks, and photovoltaics that function together for superior effectiveness.
The present construction houses the personal locations of the house wherever most people today need additional privateness with closed off spaces. The new portion is open up and free flowing marking the best location for spouse and children gatherings and visitors.
The concrete columns filter and monitor gentle as it passes from the swimming pool and backyard to the interior residing areas. In concerning the columns cozy window ledges offer you casual sitting down spots to delight in garden sights.
A generally monochromatic shade palette graces the interior by hand-brushed woods, plasters, concrete, and ceramic tiles. In addition, dim mirrors, metallic sheeting, and ornamental steelwork develop reflective surfaces amongst the muted tones.
The black bar stools are basically from K-mart, proving good design and style does not have to cost a fortune!
Guests pass by the unique front of the black painted property to enter the place the two buildings meet on the aspect.
Pics by Sharyn Cairns.