strong symmetrical lines + raw materials dominate the concrete residence off the coast of Australia
mckimmo The House of Sussex is among the landscapes of modern homes in Brighton, Australia, and is characterized by strong, symmetrical lines opposite the refined curves. despite its size, the architects were able to create a sense of intimacy by eliminating the sense of a vast open-style life and arranging the journey between spaces.
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Near the house mckimm is a family of six with a large family and loves to have fun. designers created areas and spaces in the home around gatherings and interactive family life. it is spacious inside, but also intimate and intimate, and provides a purposeful, thoughtful and uncompromising environment.
designers connected home interior and exterior spaces through oversized revolving front doors. the house offers ever-changing shadow games, adapted to seasonal changes, capturing the northern dimension of the sun and designed to cover the sun’s journey throughout the day.
exploring tone and texture, the Sussex House is known for its use of natural and raw materials. praised for the use of natural light to provide warmth for a darker interior palette, concrete, stone and wood combine with porcelain, bluish stone and brick to harmoniously combine indoor and outdoor aesthetics.
at home, the main set is specially adapted to cover the east and capture the early morning sunrise, while the spacious kitchen acts as a demonstration and central meeting place. the subtle inclusion of deep blues, charcoal and brass is combined with carefully thought-out furniture choices and provides unexpected elements throughout the home’s interior.