Located nearby the seashore, the Quarterdeck House, designed by Luigi Rosselli Architects in Sydney, Australia is a fine example of modern residence, that blends perfectly contemporary elements of design with rustic nuances. “Located high on the shores of Little Bay, the Quarterdeck House is part of an award winning subdivision of land in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs. The grounds on which the house is built belonged to a coastal hospital that was later the location of the historical installation artwork Wrapped Coast – One Million Square Feet by Cristo and Jeanne-Claude”. The house with stone cladding favours stunning views over the ocean. With its “café au lait” colours, the Quarterdeck House is like a breath of fresh air, a temple of relaxation, that provides the most amazing panoramic views and creates the perfect atmosphere for a carefree lifestyle.
The interior is bright, properly ventilated and it borrows some of the landscape’s natural feel: pebbles perceived as elements of décor, stone-like details. The open space living room features furniture items in earthy colours. The all-white kitchen is seamlessly integrated into the living room’s décor, showcasing a minimalist, yet pleasant design. The terrace, located on the first floor, is also a wonderful place to sit and enjoy the dusks and dawns, while exploring the limitless horizon.