LSA Architects was in charge of designing a house addition to a Victorian home. Located in Melbourne, Australia, the house now features the ceiling height with tall windows.
The house comes with a path surrounded by landscaping. The path will direct you from the gate to the black front door of the original Victorian house.
To capture the views of the garden and the pool from the core areas of the home, visual axis or sight lines were introduced. One of the core areas where the sight lines introduced is the hallway which brightens up with two pendant lamps.
Reaching the end of the hallway, you can see an open layout space housing living room, dining space, and kitchen. There are soaring ceiling heights that emphasize a sense of light, scale, and space to this modern home.
The kitchen went through an update and now has dark wood cabinets with light countertops. A pair of lights are spotted and will draw the eye upwards to the clerestory windows.
The Victorian house has a second living room. The space still highlights the elements from the original home, such as crown molding and the fireplace.
The transformation project utilized large floor-to-ceiling windows. The installation of these windows helps to offer views of the yard and swimming pool outside. Around the deck, an outdoor lounge, and the swimming pool, pockets plants are utilized to separate these areas from one another.
The outdoor features a dedicated BBQ space along the fence. There’s ivy growing above it.
The studio overlooks the swimming pool and the backyard. Through a triangular floor window, you can easily get the glimpse of these views. Meanwhile, the studio is set on the first floor above the garage.