Architecture

Contemporary Window Seat For The Mind, Body And Soul

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Revolving around an amazing window seat placing any activity almost outside, the home known as Andrew’s House offers a glimpse into the world of a serene, comfy and modern lifestyle. Every detail was carefully imagined to create the place anyone would be glad to call home. Located in Sydney, Australia, the home features a sliding wall that keeps the outdoors in permanent contact with the dining/kitchen, creating a fabulously modern living space. Carter Williamson Architects made sure this space is exemplary for a carefree life, including the necessary book collection designed to define the living space and remind owners of the window seat’s main purpose – to offer a comfortable, open and enjoyable place for reading. Imagine spending time in your urban home living many lives as you draw life inspiration from different book characters, at the same time enjoying a small garden from your pillow-adorned window seat. Further inside, the simple and elegant display of modern furniture creates a reassuring feeling. A contemporary white kitchen opens to an outdoor terrace, where BBQs and good times await.

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