Tony Owen Partners recently finished an apartment complex in Sydney, which uses a distinct facade to create a blurred effect. This is achieved through the coloring used on the balconies, as well as the irregular placement of the railings.
Moreover, the architects experimented with the materials used for this design in order to create something that kept sustainability in mind. Those living inside will appreciate the space, as each unit has a loft-like feel with high ceilings. This design also helps with the airflow throughout, and since Sydney can become quite hot in the summer, this is a much-welcomed detail.
Underneath the building there are plenty of shops and restaurants for people to choose from, making this area very well-rounded and accessible. Photo Credits: designboom, tonyowen.au
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