Welcome to the interesting pages of Forum City. In Australia, they created a design for a private residence that combined luxury with modern materials and a discreet color palette. The complex was built by the studio's designers Cambuild.
Perth, where the house we're interested in is located, is the fourth most populous city in the country. The hottest month there is February, as summer starts in December. But in June it can be cold, warm. Regarding us, there are people walking upside down. Or rather, they just live in a different hemisphere and have it the other way around.
It is in Perth that stands the fire museum, which is known far beyond the mainland. The business center is built with high-rises and skyscrapers. It is a major port, railroad hub, and industrial center.
It is to this city that I suggest you take an excursion.
Lots of glass and shiny metal inside. All natural materials. The railing and the floor is made of dark wood. The space is enlarged by reflective surfaces and avant-garde beveled partitions.
The main decoration of the washbasin and shower stall is the tiled wall covering with a pattern of circles of different diameters.
Main floor features anthracite stone slabs. Such and such are the bottom steps. Above is the kingdom of wood and soft pile walkways.
A series of shelves run the length of the wall where the fireplace is located. So the hearth itself looks like a picture attached to them. There is a podium around the perimeter of the room. The flooring is soft, chocolate-colored.
The kitchen is large and spacious and the interior is dominated by light colors. Walls, ceiling, and some furniture are white. Lots of glass, especially the frosted and clear doors of the many cabinets. Most of the surface is shiny and reflects light from spotlights. The door from the dining room leads to the pool.
Through the large windows of the house you can see the trees. A small portion of the water mirror is detached and used LED technology to create the illusion of abyssal depth. The fence plays with the sparkle of the many mirrors it is lined with.
The entrance to the house from the street. Nothing fancy, flat walls, canopy over the area in front of the door. On the sides of the house are the trees, illuminated from below by spotlights, as is the entire perimeter around the house.