The Elliott Ripper House is located in Rozelle and is spread across 1703 sq ft of space and comes with dozens of features that not only make it a visual treat but also a perfect example of eco-conscious structures that incorporate green features in a smart and economically feasible fashion.
This designed by Tommie Wilhelmsen is housed in one such spot as it offers privacy along with the view of the sea thanks to its secluded location. Located on the the cabin is laced extensively with floor-to-ceiling windows in its top floor to offer those who reside inside the perfect view of the blue waters as they wake up each morning.
The sloping rooftop is another feature that gives the home an exclusive look and with an area for outdoor dining and barbeque added at the flat portion of the roof the designers have tried to bring together the best of form and function. And they seem to have done a pretty good job at that.
This glorious balcony forms part of the luxury penthouse on the top floor of Space Apartments in East Perth. The balcony and outdoor kitchenette area cover 100 square meters while the internal living space spreads over 221 square meters with four large bedrooms study room and entertainment theater. The apartment comes with two car bays and offers easy walking access to Perth’s Swan River and Royal Street Café Precinct.
This vintage 1970′s Doncaster home of designer Melissa Webb sports many design elements and interiors that you will not really find in the more contemporary homes. The use of black grey pink cream and green marble walls along with sandstone blocks with some of them even containing some amazing fossils makes this home truly one of a kind!
The living and dining space is the heart of the design and includes all possible objects that are so curious looking and catchy while the home study and work space has been ergonomically placed underneath the stairs to save up on some space. Paper and ceramic cartons are used lavishly in a creative fashion and are wonderful conversation starters as you step into this lovely Norwegian home.
On the inside you see wide open spaces and plenty of modern architecture and design that uses sleek and well defined lines. The generous use of glass in the form of floor to ceiling glass windows offers unobstructed views of the sea at all times and from all levels of the villa. An array of balcony spaces private hubs pool deck and lush green surroundings ensure that you spend as much time outside as you do indoors.