Contemporary interior design is often about glossy cabinets and sparkling polished surfaces that are complemented by the extensive use of glass. But this relaxed and stylish residence in Victoria Australia goes in a completely different direction with its walls ceiling and floor being draped in wooden goodness.
A wall-mounted TV floating shelves a sleek workstation and minimal decor ensure that the entire space feels airy and inviting. A stunning kitchen next to the living area steals the show with its clean lines exclusive shelves and a state-of-the-art overhead kitchen countertop that serves as the heart of the home!
Large frameless folding doors along with stylish sheer curtains ensure that the entire home is appropriately ventilated at all times. A and a heat regulation mechanisms help to keep the temperatures indoors as moderate as possible throughout the year.
Designed to serve the needs of a newlywed couple the house obviously takes its inspiration from the art of Origami which is now renowned across the globe. Reinterpreting classic in a contemporary fashion the Origami House stands out visually with ease.
The entry leads to four luxurious bedrooms along with baths that have been placed on the lower level so that the living spaces can occupy the top floor. A smart staircase leads to the top level that houses the kitchen the dining space and the living room.
You can see different shades of wood used across the open living space and even the staircase leading to the bedroom above adds to the overall visual. A plush couch in the living area defines the space while a beautiful modern kitchen in the backdrop complements the look with its white cabinets countertop and kitchen island.
The living room is comprised for 18 planes 36 points and 54 lines giving the home its unique name. Nestled on a tranquil 54-acre lot in the house is a work of art where the interior complements the mesmerizing silhouette of the structure.