A tour through Norwegian-based ceramic designer Silje Aune Eriksen’s beautiful residence showcases how one can add a sense of nostalgia and simplicity to modern design and interiors without going over the top. Simple shades soothing colors and sporadic presence of effervescent patterns make up this cool house and add to this warm and plush furnishing and you have a residence that is both unique and inspirational.
There are several architectural elements combined here as its architects Pencil Office had taken up the challenge of creating a lavish retreat that will also encompass several eco-friendly features and will offer both beautiful views of the landscape while guarding privacy of those behind the giant floor-to-ceiling glass walls.
With a limestone wall and natural green canopy forming an inviting and understated entrance the home opens up into an impressive and spacious structure. Vaulted living space and water-bound exteriors are a few of the many unique features of this multi-million dollar structure that seems in serene agreement with its surroundings.
Some of the many green measures include the use of recycled Blackbutt timber in an extensive fashion both on outside and for the interiors to cut down both costs and carbon footprint high-performance glazing helps in better insulation and hence tones down the power bills in both the summer and the winter smart design and thermal insulation.
This penthouse located on the top floor of the apartment development at150 Clarendon Street East Melbourne has some of the best views available in the city. The 360-degree panorama takes in the adjacent Fitzroy Gardens and vistas from Port Phillip Bay to the Dandenong Ranges. This elegantly designed penthouse is arguably one of the best in the country and undoubtedly one of the priciest reaching an eye watering $18.2 million at sale.