This Surreal Sculptural Apartment Used to Be a Butter Factory

By: Farida Helmy - Published: Apr 4, 2014 • References: & freshome
Looking at the beautiful design lines of this super modern and sculptural apartment, you would never think that this space used to be a butter factory.

The magical transformation turned the dark and dingy factory setup into a spiraling and contemporary haven for its owners in West Melbourne, Australia.
This sculptural apartment is so artsy and curvaceous in its architectural lines that it almost looks like a modern art gallery.

Designed by creative architecture firm Adrian Amore Architects, the haunting and intriguing apartment is white-washed in its entirety, leaving all the flair to the architectural twists reminiscent from the factory days and the sleek minimalist furniture.

The house may seem a little cold because of its harsh lines, but it makes for a stunningly surreal abode full of little tricks that give off a geometric vibe. Stats for Geometric Industrial Apartments Trending: Older & Mild
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