Although I really like traditional, classic architecture, the Good Residence has a lot of the elements that I look for in my dream home. Spacious, airy, with lots of natural light thanks to an abundance of floor to ceiling windows, this contemporary abode looks like it would stand the test of time.
Conceived by design studio and architecture firm Crone Partners, the Good Residence was built in the area of Melbourne in Australia. With its geometric facade, the Good Residence is very simple despite its overall luxurious feel. Although it has a cold, glass exterior, I love that the interior boasts warm wood accents that offset its stark white walls.
The Good Residence also has a terrace with an outdoor pool.
The Good Residence by Crone Partners is Geometrically Gorgeous
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