1960’s renovation transforms home into a light filled modern Interior

  • 11 May 2016

Browsing through Melbourne based  Bower Architecture & Interiors web site is a visual delight, each featured project is an inspiration!

The studios mission statement resonates with me as well.

Our architecture sits outside of fashion and is grounded in a collective view that the best and most sustainable design is that which is built to last and be celebrated for decades to come.

It is the essence of my Design practice, I totally agree that Interior Design should sit firmly beyond the whims of fashion, this is what truly leads to timeless design.

The bold use of colour in the Stepping House project caught my eye. A 1960’s home that has been cleverly renovated into beautiful light filled spaces.

I love how the powerful bold blocks of colour have been used to create intimate zones, which are then softened and linked with the warmth of timber.

Flagstone tile layout adds textural interest, mirrors extended to the ceiling enhance the visual height, and in the bathroom below leads the eye to the glass ceiling!

First seen on Contemporist.