Old houses can bloom under the attentive supervision of creative architects, as the wonderful DPR House proves. Taking advantage of sunny Australian weather, the architects designed a home filled with light and visually open to the outdoors. The modern residence in Sydney was renovated to become a comfortable crib, where colors and textures intertwine in a matrix of inspiring interior design. MCK Architects (Marsh Cashman Koolloos) completely transformed the house into an artistic interpretation:
“The conceptual framework for DPR House was one of house as landscape, a house that would have a topography where activities were acted out on a terrain that flowed and folded and hinged, a circuit of movement was flowing internally, externally vertically and horizontally, providing a dynamic and fluidity to the plan.”
Photographed by Willem Rethmeier & Simon Wood, the fascinating home is yours to admire!