This enchanting modern home is a home that Jessica Liew created in 2012 in Melbourne, Australia. The home has private, bright living spaces and the home is where natural materials are used.
The natural materials which are used in the house are including hardwood timber, recycled bricks, and concrete. It is a modern home that outwitted many architects who mistook it for, say, a renovation, instead of a house that is actually newly-built.
The house has various spaces including â€˜switchableâ€™ spaces that including a study area that can be turned into a bedroom for guests. The house is a double storey house that comprises formal living room, cellar, library, study area, casual living area, rumpus, separate laundry, three bathrooms, three car accommodation, and three bedrooms.
Constituting a modern home, this home also has joinery and hidden storage and in addition, this enchanting modern home actually has a studio as well.
Constituting an enchanting modern home, this home is where recycled bricks are used and in addition to recycled bricks, a regenerative type of hardwood timber is also used in this home.
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia is where this home is and the home is an interesting modern home that has a fishpond corridor. The home also has skylights and in addition having skylights, the home has glazed windows, stud walls, and veneer walls.
This enchanting modern home has interesting, antique screen doors and naturally, the antique doors help make the modern home look interestingly elegant. Aside from having antique screen doors, the home also has a garden that makes the area it is in look beautiful.
The home also has a custom wool carpet in one of its area and naturally, the wool carpet help bring elegance and luxury into the home. In all circumstances, situated in Melbourne, this home is without a doubt one of the most enchanting modern homes in Victoria, Australia.