The Australian interior studio Studio Amble recently created this beautiful home, named Brunswick House. Studio Amble was responsible for the architecture and the interior, while Greener Visions designed a garden that matches the interior. We would like to show you around this impressive project.
This Victorian workers cottage was transformed into a contemporary house where natural light and minimalism play an important role. The original masonry and woodwork are still visible in some places and give the house a modern and authentic touch. The façade too still bears witness to the house’s history. On the ground floor, we find two bedrooms situated at the front of the house. The living and kitchen zone of the house offers a wonderful view onto the garden. The kitchen is placed at one end of the room, while a wall of operable glazing is placed at the other end, creating an open feeling towards the garden. The stairway, finally, is also situated in this room and leads to the first floor. This new first floor extension to the house contains a bedroom, an ensuite, and a study nook. The high ceilings and floor to ceiling windows again make sure the space bathes in sunshine and create an open feeling.
In Brunswick House, inside and outside seamlessly blend into each other.
In Brunswick House, inside and outside seamlessly blend into each other. Because of the moss green colour palette in the ground floor bedrooms and the use of robust materials throughout the interior, such as green quartzite, timber, and a bluestone boulder for the stairway, Studio Amble ensured that the serene interior and the garden became one. Want to get enchanted by more impressive projects and inspiring architecture? Be sure to follow us on Instagram on the account Imagicasa Architecture. On this page, we will share unique realisations, promising designs and innovative ideas daily.
Photography by Lillie Thompson