A couple with three young boys bought a waterside home on Sydney’s Northern Beaches in 2012. However, the four-bedroom weekender on the site didn’t make the most of the spectacular setting.
Retaining the footprint, external walls, and the timber floors, architect Rachel Hudson gutted the interior, introduced an open plan on the lower level, and swapped the existing small windows for floor-to-ceiling glazing. Meanwhile, the trademark black-and-white palette of interior stylist Pamela Makin provides a dramatic backdrop to textured found objects with a marine theme and earthy, tactile man-made objects..
Article from: Belle Text: Chris Pearson Photos: Felix Forest