Daily Dream Home: Mountford Road residence

Who says luxury must spread over hundreds of square feet? I think it’s enough to merge quality building materials with a steady builder hand and a talented team of architects and interior designers, mix in some customization and site-specific challenges and you have the perfect dream home. The Mountford Road residence is an example of how an outdated house can be transformed into a stunning contemporary residence.

Shaun Lockyer Architects re-imagined a 1950s post war home in New Farm, Brisbane, Australia, as a contemporary suite of public and private spaces adapted to the owner’s modern lifestyle. The front facade cleverly hints towards the interior space arrangement but keeps a low profile while maintaining the owner’s privacy. Adding 452 square feet to the existing 1,722, the architects re-shaped the home into a volumetric, airy and light-flooded suite of spaces. Re-organized and boasting a new kitchen, a modern dining space and a laundry, the modern home was extended and the existing spaces modified to match the new part of the home: materials compliment pre-existing brick and timber, while the deliberate restrained palette reinforces the idea of a space planed as a canvas for light and air.




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About Ada Teicu

Luxury also lies in the eye of the beholder. Ada’s perspective on innovative ideas plunges into the international design pool where elegance meets functionality in modern shapes. As a freelance writer with a degree in Journalism and a Master’s in Mass Media and Public Relations, Ada connects the creative world of design with its reason for existing - people all over the world. Inspiring international details compose a fascinating scene ours to discover, so join Ada on Twitter or Google+ and enjoy her House inspiration board on Pursuitist.

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