It was once the case that building a modern home would come with high costs, but this contemporary Sydney home proves otherwise.
The home was designed for a small young family who wanted an open, modern space while adhering to a strict budget. 'Carterwilliamson Architects' was able to achieve this by optimizing space with the limited price range -- using reclaimed materials to build much of the structure. The contemporary Syndey home is made from reclaimed timber and bricks and manages to maintain modern elements with features such as reflective countertops and a back wall that opens up into its accompanying garden.
This brick and timber-built home proves that it is possible to live in modern housing while sticking to a tight budget.
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