Two Storey Concrete and Timber Frame House

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Two Storey Concrete and Timber Frame House

Recent urban house with timber and concrete, the two-storey annex was created by Australian studio Nobbs Radford Architects. The extension is designed to accommodate a house with a dining space and new open?plan living, together with extra bathroom and bedroom. The facade generates an attractive illusion by alternating protruding and rectangularly concrete blocks including black steel?framed windows, creating hidden cranny spaces in the inside.

Two Storey Concrete and Timber Frame House

In the interior, the clear charm and warmth of the joinery and oak furniture is cleverly placed side by side to the modernistic and urban excitement of the exposed concrete structures. The subtle pine floors and the modern furnishing in neutral hues create light also a stylish interior that feels fresh and welcoming. The whole assumption is filled with materials together with interior design aspects that present a clean, open sensation, adorned by some exciting art elements and features like the unusual shelves with timber staircase on the side of its treads along with the huddled, below the sloped roof, children’s corner. Using the plenty of natural lights, impressive design structures and raw element the designer of the project be successful in developing an elegant, functional and modern home addition.

Two Storey Concrete and Timber Frame House

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Two Storey Concrete and Timber Frame House

Two Storey Concrete and Timber Frame House

Two Storey Concrete and Timber Frame House

Two Storey Concrete and Timber Frame House

Two Storey Concrete and Timber Frame House