Woollahra House II
Arque & Luigi Rosselli Architects
Woollahra, NSW, Australia

Photography Tom Ferguson
Project Specification
Project Name: Woollahra House II
Project Type: Residential ,
Location: Woollahra, NSW, Australia
Project Year: 2018 ,
Photographer: Tom Ferguson
Project Team: Emma Rees-Raaijmakers , Suzanne Green ,
Interior Designers: Arque ,

The Woollahra House II introduces a sense of playful contemporary style into the interiors of a large family home in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs.

The project is an interiors collaboration between Arque and Luigi Rosselli Architects on a grand old 1940’s style home in the affluent Sydney suburb of Woollahra. One can observe Arque’s unique combination of contemporary functionality throughout the interiors, whilst a sense of playful styling is present in every space. 

Beautiful Australian Residential Architecture Houses And Homes

Emma Rees-Raaijmakers and Suzanne Green of Arque are well practiced in the art of conservation architecture and were mindful to preserve the Heritage charm of the building whilst introducing contemporary styling elements.

Creating An Explosion Of Colour For The Clients Dream Home

The bathroom spaces in the home feature different asthetics and contrasting colour palette’s. A restrained palette of marble on wall, floor and vanity top provides a serene and timeless backdrop to the master ensuite. Marble is laid in a herringbone pattern on the floor and a brick stretcher bond pattern on the wall.

Light Filled Family Home In Sydney's Eastern Suburbs

The project is an interiors collaboration between Arque and Luigi Rosselli Architects on a grand old 1940’s style home in the affluent Sydney suburb of Woollahra.

Local Sydney Kitchen Design & Styling

The most important element was ensuring that the design would work for the client, both practically and spatially which can only be successful by really listening and understanding the client. The truly collaborative approach between Arque, Luigi Rosselli Architects and the client ensured a pleasing final result for all parties. 

Minimalist Design And Timber Floor Styling

Arque were mindful to preserve the Heritage charm of the building whilst introducing contemporary styling elements.

Modern Furniture And Sydney Homes, Houses & Living Areas

Emma and Suzanne intdoduced a ‘less is more’ approach when altering the interios of the space. Minimalist contemporary styling is present throughout the home. The restrained colour palette was the perfect backdrop for an impressive collection of modern art and furniture.

Natural Light And Modern Design Principles

One can observe Arque’s influential combination of contemporary functionality throughout the interiors, whilst a sense of playful styling is present in every space.

Sydney Interior Design

Ultimately the final design preserved the heritage fabric of the existing home whilst introducing an inherent sense of modern style to the space. A truly successful collaboration between two well respected Sydney architecture studios. 

Design For The Everyday Strive For The Extraodinary
Modern Colour Styling
Beautiful Interiors Sydney's Eastern Suburbs

The bathroom spaces in the home feature vastly differing asthetics and contrasting colour palette’s.

Stunning Sydney Bathrooms And Beautiful
Function Joinery And Architectural Details
Functional Design With A Sense Of Playfullness
Woolahra House Ii By Arque & Luigi Rosselli Architects
Unique Sydney Bedroom Design And Interior Styling

The most important element was ensuring that the design would work for the client, both practically and spatially.

Every Room In This Inner City House Is Different
Stunning Sydney Interior Design And Modern Architecture Styling And Bathroom Design

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Published 19 February, 2019
Photography  Tom Ferguson
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