Keeping its 1960s charm intact, the Writers House is a nostalgic renovation that’s a celebration of old and new. The home was originally built by the owener’s grandparents — both Jewish holocaust survivors who had passed away — so maintaining the residents initial sentiment was a top priority. All of the rooms have been respectfully updated with the addition of polished concerete floors, whitewashed plywood walls, and new steel windows, while hints of the past echo through the existing wallpapers, chandeliers, and orange brick exterior.
The original Jacob Rudowsky custom joinery and Rudowski furniture were refurbished and complemented by new modern pieces. The exterior saw the addition of a large party deck, flanked by a pair of black aluminum screens for privacy during those warm Aussie nights.
Photos: Peter Clarke / Branch Studio Architects
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I am a writer and would LOVE to have a space like this–but I also really ADORE my motorhome. I can change the scenery, learn better how to describe the visuals, and always be at home. But this house is truly aesthetic. Reblogged from https://alk3r.wordpress.com
Beautiful – such clean lines, so very Sixties!