Our Favourite Living Areas
19th December 2021
Over the decades of working with talented architects and designers, it is evident that the living area in a home is the space where the windows and doors have the most visual impact. In most cases, a living room connects to the outdoor space and usually has a large opening to allow for an abundance of natural light, wide spread views and indoor/outdoor entertainment.
Although it was a difficult task, we have picked our favourite Living Areas from past projects:
1. Silver Linings
Firstly, this view is everything! Uninterrupted views to the glistening water and minimal sliding doors which aren't bulky or cumbersome. We particularly love the interior design with the calming and warm colour palette.
2 . Elwood Project
This size of this space is great for hosting and lounging about. The large area is finished with stunning timber cabinetry and floor to ceiling black steel windows and doors which lead out to the pool and outdoor area. A great entertaining space!
3. Brighton Project
Panoramic views of Port Phillip Bay and the Brighton marina - what's there not to love?! The perfect sitting space to enjoy nature from the comfort of your own home.
4. Hampton House
Light-filled minimalistic and sustainable. Composed of natural materials, textures and colours, this living room is a private oasis. Ultra-high ceilings, highlight windows and an inviting entry to the outdoor courtyard and pool.
5. Myvore Toorak
This living space radiates from a central circulation element that doubles as a sculptural feature. The tall floor to ceiling windows are dressed beautifully with sheer curtains allowing for the manicured landscape to still be noticed. The ultra-luxe curved furniture marries together perfectly with the architecture of the home. Just Beautiful.
2. Elwood Project [Architect: Matyas Architects, Builder: LBA Construction, Photographer: Derek Swalwell
3. Brighton Project [Architect: David Vernon Architect, Builder: 360 Construction Group, Photographer: Derek Swalwell]
4. Hampton House [ Architect: Baenziger Coles, Builder: Belair Builders, Photographer: Nicole England]