Daniel Boddam

TheVictorian

Location:
Mosman, NSW
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Year:
2016

Blending historic and modern architecture is a delicate balance. This Mosman residence offered just that opportunity; to create a beautiful dialogue between the old and the new. Some of the most interesting conversations are when there are two opposing points of view...

The refreshed Victorian house at the front hides a stunning contemporary extension at the back. This new addition was an exercise in respectful restraint; an abstracted form. The profile continues the lines from the past, exchanging ideas with its counterpart.

Entering through the original 19th century house, you travel through a grand hallway where the two distinct halves gently greet one another. At this juncture, the house opens into a modern living area with a sweeping staircase and kitchen. These areas are punctuated by carved reveals and light voids, offering a direct connection to the outer landscape.

The new interiors are clean and crisp with a monochromatic edge. Crittal style doors adorn passages that lead you into light-filled spaces. These outlined accents create a subtly timeless appeal. Shots of colour have also been interwoven through the monochromatic canvas, creating moments of dynamism in an otherwise restful atmosphere for this young family.

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Furniture Featured

M-Side Tablenull

M-Side Table

Variants Available

M-Side Table

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