Developed by Chenchow Little , this regular Victorian terrace property is component of a conservation streetscape and the architects had to leave the street façade intact streetscape. Situated in Sydney, Australia this dwelling rights hand contains 3 bedrooms, two bathrooms and a new kitchen. The materials and colors are minimalist and Southern Motion pure: rights hand raw concrete, glass, white walls and spotted gum hardwood.
The interior design by Janice Chenchow of Chenchow Tiny, veers toward mid-century modernist with various Scandinavian and Italian pieces which includes a Woodnotes’ hand-tufted wool “Sammal” carpet (Finnish for “moss”) carpet in the colour “Ice.” We also appreciate the lighting choices, especially “Parentesi” created by Achille Castiglioni & Pio Manzu? for FLOS.
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