Plenty of natural light and good airflow set a relaxing ambiance for the Castlecrag Residence, a contemporary home located in Sydney, Australia. The photos below present the result of a striking transformation: an inward-looking mid-20th century brick bungalow was converted by CplusC Architectural Workshop into a residential project with a modern layout that allows nature indoors. “The Kitchen is the pivotal room in the home, with Western Red Cedar doors disappearing seamlessly behind recycled brickwork allowing the internal living space to extend to a double-volume outdoor living space where spotted gum decking leads to the garden and swimming pool. he spatial planning of the home locates the private bedroom spaces on the first floor and social living and social spaces on the ground floor. The bold Spotted Gum stair anchors these spaces and brings the natural warmth of the timber into the heart of the home“. Wood is the defining element of the design, gradually revealing its aesthetic and functional qualities, with each new showcased interior-have a look!
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