Deep wood tones, bronze mirrored finishes and black-and-white geometric detailing bring a classic, but warm, edge to this contemporary two-storey home by Craig Rosetti Architects. Doherty Lynch was asked to create an interior with the smart detailing and feel of a boutique luxury hotel, while balancing the practical demands of a family with two small children. The owners also wanted to complement the strong, modern lines of the design and to enhance the spacious feel of the interior.
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Doherty Lynch collaborated with Chris Viola Architects to convert the rear of a 1940s tudor-style house into a modern light-filled home. The renovation created an ensuite, open-plan living-dining-kitchen space with study nook, plus an additional living area with home office. The renovation is a statement of restraint and subtlety.
Photographer: Gorta Yuuki
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Perched on the cliffs at Jan Juc in Victoria, this home has a strong connection to its local environment and a sense of being in and surrounded by nature. Based on the design of the original weatherboard home, Doherty Lynch collaborated with Zen Architects to create a home with a relaxed beach house feel. A restrained material palette and a series of simple but finely detailed joinery units define the spaces, and assist in creating a warm, casual feeling throughout the home.
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