Vibrant living spaces don't always come with your home. Sometimes you start off with a place that you decorate and modify until your family grows out of it. The solution to this problem is either to sell and move on, or to have new additions designed and built into your home.
Australian architecture team Rolf Ockert Design completed a geometrically vibrant extension to a heritage in Sydney. The project is called 46 North Avenue and provides "additional living space for a young family with children." The designers built a two-storey addition and made it so unique with cool geometric designs and colors.
The backyard has an adorable little dining area that views the interiors. Through a wall-sized open entrance, the living room area and kitchen are visible. The upper level makes the home look even more spacious with wide rooms, a lot of natural lighting and a modern staircase.
This Australian home is gorgeous, functional and suitable for a small family and it has a lot of flair with the bright colored details that flow through the home.
Geometrically Vibrant Living Spaces
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