Richardson Street House in Melbourne, Australia by Steve Domoney Architecture

contemporary house design located in the city of Melbourne, Australia. Richardson Street House, designed by Steve Domoney Architecture. This two-story house with a contemporary design and has a swimming pool located in front of the house. The size of this house is not very large, with a narrow yard. With a large glass window, so it will clearly visible perfectly living room interior design.urban house

Area of open space kitchen, connected with views of the swimming pool and a beautiful rear garden. Good lighting will look special at night, the house retained its Victorian character in the entire front, which is modern and different to the rear, giving the central atrium of the existing punctuation mark to the new.

Here’s description from the architect:

The single storey, double fronted Victorian terrace which faces the street belies what is to unfold beyond. There are no clues from the street yet once inside the entry passage opens to a two storey atrium allowing light to flood into the buildings interior, from here the ground level opens to a contemporary living, dining and kitchen area that opens to the rear garden.

A lap pool links the house to the garden, running past the lounge and extending to the garaging and studio to the rear of the lot. Bedrooms and retreat space to the new second level are connected to a roof terrace that has been concealed within the apex of the existing roof, this affording a view towards the city skyline. The house retains Victorian character throughout the existing front section and is distinctly modern towards the rear, the central atrium providing the punctuation mark from existing to the new.