What reason was Forrest Gump when comparing life with a box of chocolates! And, when this happy couple received the news that they expected triplets, their world changed completely (and their home too).
The house, located in the Australian suburb of Dulwich Hill, I suddenly needed a new approach designed to comfortably accommodate a family of five, giving great importance to outdoor life.
The problem? That they barely had a budget.
The solution came thanks to the CplusC Architectural Workshop team, who created a new open-plan kitchen with dining room and access to the terrace, two bright bedrooms, and a bathroom-laundry that will surprise to more than one.CplusC Architectural Workshop
The new dinning room It connects with the garden through sliding glass doors from floor to ceiling, creating a bright and natural environment.
The old pressed tin roof was restored and reinvented conceiving a room that combines elements of air vintage With a contemporary design.CplusC Architectural Workshop
This curious egg-shaped structure hides the bathroom and the laundry, turning the terrace into an extension of the interior.CplusC Architectural Workshop
In this way, the architects gave a new approach to the daily tasks of the family, achieving fun and original spaces but very functional.CplusC Architectural Workshop
When the sliding doors open completely, the feeling of being in a covered outdoor living room is generated.CplusC Architectural Workshop CplusC Architectural Workshop
The kitchen area extends to the terrace through a wooden bench where a barbecue is arranged.CplusC Architectural Workshop
Under the stairs, a retro-illuminated hole with LED bulbs was designed, designed as a relax For children and parents.CplusC Architectural Workshop
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