Interior decoration ideas for this Q house are amazing, well designed by mckarchitects and build by Artechne. All the photos are taken from the architect’s site on mckarchitects.com and captured by Willem Rethmeier as the photographer. A small house usually used a concept of how to maximize the space used in order to get maximum space used, people need a home decorator to do this. One of them is the Q house, located in Darlinghurst Sydney. Interior decoration ideas should have a special concept to develop. The concept and approach to the internal fit-out consists of minimal structural impact and rearranging the existing spaces to create a more fluid approach in the arrangement of living, dining and sleeping spaces.
The palette of materials and colour was reduced to creating a white perimeter of walls and ceiling with selected joinery elements painted in black, a dark colored timber and concrete floor and surprises of yellow randomly splashed about connecting the three floors visually.
Kinetic built in furnishings allow flexibility of space and a ‘tetris’ wall of storage enhances the ideal of motion. Natural light is allowed to better access all internal spaces including rooms within the core of the house.
The vertical screen is a series of floor to ceiling vertical hardwood timber planks and replaces a dull stair balustrade. The screen allows for visual relationship between living and dining whilst integrating the traditional stair construction, which was retained and links the two objects visually. The screen further enhances the pure perimeter of ‘white’ by it’s central positioning.
A playful renovation of a tired and constrained terrace house in East Sydney. Visually the living spaces were elongated by defining a white ‘perimeter’ and segregating all elements including structure inside that line by colour or material contrast. You can also visiting of below links of related post with modern interior decoration ideas. via