Corten architecture with colourful interiors in Melbourne

By Kim McFayden 3 years agoNo Comments

This dual occupancy townhouse in inner Melbourne was designed by Neil Architecture for two young families. The urban oasis is enjoyed behind high masonry boundary walls, with the structure featuring striking rusted Corten cladding to the upper storey.

 

This home has a warm and moody masculine vibe, featuring smart casual furnishings and some wonderful pops of colour throughout, including a striking combination of purple, green and red features throughout. Floor to ceiling windows and doors brings the outdoors in, increases the feeling of space and allows for lots of natural light to fill the interiors.

 

[Photography by Hilary Bradford]

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  ARCHITECTURE, brick/render, elements, inside/out connection, materials, timber
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