Brilliant Transformation with Play of Light, Patterns & Colors
For a little heritage home, the interior of this brilliant little space is surprisingly roomy and exhilarating. Rooms spill into outdoor decks and views of neighboring parks lend an extended sense of the space. Layers of bold colors and interesting textures wrap around the retained carcass of the 1970’s cottage, defining each living space with its own personality as they flow seamless into one another in the open single-story plan.
“Our feeling was that the strong, tonal palette would create a sense of depth and journey into an otherwise relatively small house” explains Sarah Bryant, director of Bryant Alsop.
The architects Bryant Alsop were guided by three main ideas in the design of park cottage. Firstly, the creation of light, depth and space. The second idea was to create an adaptable and flexible floor plan and lastly, the architects aimed to re-use the existing structure and services to minimize waste and cost.
The vibrant home filled with abundant light and colors is a true joy to live in.
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