Nic Bochsler designs Brighton House in Melbourne
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Nic Bochsler designs Brighton House in Melbourne

Nic Bochsler is the guy behind this amazing home in Melbourne, Australia. Dubbed the Brighton House, it features 4 gorgeous bedrooms and 5 bathrooms, with stunning views of the Melbourne bay and actually the entire city. A contemporary and minimalist design that allows for a feeling of open space, relaxation, and comfort, the luxurious residence is much more pleasant than you would expect because it is crafted to maximize the spacial feel it emanates. With alabaster white walls offer a bright atmosphere, high ceilings and large glass windows that offer natural light and a breathtaking view of the entire yard, that’s a house we’d move in today. And did we mention the beautiful tennis court in the back and the stylish pool? What do you think? – Via

Nic Bochsler is the guy behind this amazing home in Melbourne, Australia. Dubbed the Brighton House, it features 4 gorgeous bedrooms and 5 bathrooms, with stunning views of the Melbourne bay and actually the entire city. A contemporary and minimalist design that allows for a feeling of open space, relaxation, and comfort, the luxurious residence […]

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3 comments

  • Faellie May 7, 2009 at 05:06 AM Login to Reply →

    Any one else notice that there’s nowhere for two people to sit down facing each other and talk? This is a house for people to sit in rows looking at the television, or look at the person cooking as though they were in television.

    If you’re not going to talk to the people you live with, why live with them? And if you live on your own, why have a four bedroomed house?

    Weird.

  • Joel September 13, 2009 at 01:23 AM Login to Reply →

    Faellie, I agree with the importance of having conversation with people you live or surround yourself. But I think you’ve overlooked several places in this house that allow for great conversation either face to face or by using the body parts given us to position yourself in such a way for this to happen. Unless you prefer to always be in a chair facing your friend in a straight jacket.

  • donatella August 19, 2010 at 18:43 PM Login to Reply →

    hahaha, conversation can happen horizontally ON the sofa. or on floor… :D I thought this website is for creative people, not just “straight jacket” :D