Showing that bigger does not necessarily mean better, Terrace House 1 by Dreamer is an alteration and addition project in Melbourne’s Ascot Vale, with a clever redesign that connects to greenery.
A new level has been added to accommodate the new main bedroom suite, including the addition of a green roof. Given the owner’s penchant for gardening, it’s an inclusion that brings endless joy.
Lighting and materiality come together effortlessly to create a gentle ambience that is warm and welcoming, including a recycled and re-milled Tasmanian messmate timber sealed with beeswax, which has been used in the bedroom, alongside polished concrete and timber throughout.
Dive deep into this beautiful renovation project in issue #51 of Habitus magazine – the Kitchen & Bathroom Annual.
In addition to covering six outstanding homes from across the Indo Pacific, issue #51 will also explore the ways Kitchen & Bathroom spaces can transcend the every day.
We look at resort bathrooms for inspiration in creating sanctuaries and retreats in our homes, and at outdoor dining as a natural extension to the kitchen and living space.
Pre-order your copy of Habitus #51 – the Kitchen & Bathroom special now. Habitus will be out at leading newsagents and on Zinio from 17 June.
Terrace House 1 photography by Rory Gardiner