Contemporary Entryway Design Ideas
Tom Robertson Architects
Baker Drofenik Architects Pty Ltd
front door centred on tree
Contemporary townhouses set in a heritage area, looks to recreate the traditional Victorian form and rhythm in a modern way.
Luke Fry Architecture & Interior Design
Luke Fry Architecture & Interior Design - Torquay House - Photography: Damien Kook - Located in Torquay on the Surf Coast in Victoria, Australia. New two storey contemporary beach house which utilizes raw concrete and exposed brick layered with Japanese charred timber battens. Natural stone benches and light oak joinery adorn the interiors to creature a soft, neutral interior.
McLauchlan Building Designers
The brief was open plan living, separate work areas for each partner, large garage, guest accommodation, master suite to upper level with balcony to reserve, feature stone, sustainability and not a ‘McMansion’, but with a retro layered feel. With the site presenting a very wide frontage to the north, the challenges were to get solar access to internal and external living spaces, whilst maintaining the much needed privacy, security and creating views to the reserve. The resultant design presents a very wide northern frontage with a towering featured entry leading through to an extensive rear deck with views overlooking the reserve. Situated beside the entry colonnade with accessed also provided from the living areas, there is a screened northern terrace, with the featured screening duplicated on the garage façade. The flat roofs feature large overhangs with deep angle timber fascias to enhance the extensive use of limestone and feature rock walls, both externally and internally. Flat solar panels have been employed on the upper roof, coupled with batteries housed within the garage area, along with the dogs comfortable accommodation. This project presented many challenges to all concerned, but the process and the result were a labour of love for all that were involved.
Digital Photography Inhouse
Photography: Gerard Warrener, DPI Photography for Raw Architecture
Georgina Wilson Associates
This calming vestibule welcomes the family home each time they walk through the front door.
The design turned the challenges of the steep block into opportunities to create a unique home that delights at every turn. Photo Credits: Phil Winterton
Studio Black Interiors
For this new family home in the rural area of Murrumbateman NSW, the interior design aesthetic was an earthy palette, incorporating soft patterns, stone cladding and warmth through timber finishes. For these empty nesters, simple and classic was key to be able to incorporate their collection of pre-loved furniture pieces and create a home for their children and grandchildren to enjoy. Built by REP Building. Photography by Hcreations.