Within the spectacular & # 39; upside down & # 39; house built on a small plot – complete with a marble bathroom, a terrace balcony and three bedrooms
- A 130 m² site has been completely transformed with an & # 39; upside down & # 39; property in Melbourne
- Beautiful design piece us in the expensive suburb of Albert Park and the owner originally wanted to turn it around
- But he was so intrigued by the nature of the house that he decided to live in it for a year
- It has three bedrooms, two bathrooms and a multi-functional study room downstairs or for guests staying
The architect of an & # 39; upside down & # 39; three-bedroom house with triangular details has impressed with its ability to fit much on a very small piece of land.
Architect Weian Lim was commissioned to renovate the interior of Melbourne and to breathe new life into the small 130 m² frame.
Lim said the term & # 39; Downside Up & # 39; was used to describe the exercise of designing & # 39; & # 39; big home features & # 39; on a small footprint & # 39 ;.
& # 39; The house undermines the typical & # 39; ground level extension & # 39; approach without sacrificing light, space and quality of life, & # 39; he said Bow daily.
An & # 39; upside down & # 39; three-bedroom house with triangular details may not fit more than one person on the small piece of land, but it actually opens up an oasis of epic proportions
& # 39; We have been able to fit a lot into a small space, & # 39; said the director of architecture studio WALA.
Mr. Lim used the north side avenue as the main facade of the house, with an open living room, powder room, laundry room and a small balcony behind it.
There are also two bathrooms and a & # 39; multifunctional space & # 39; which can be used as a study, with screening along the edge of the house to prevent peeping neighbors.
One of the characteristic additions to the heritage is the incorporation of vertical slats that create triangular shapes on the corners and sides of the house.
Architect Weian Lim was commissioned to renovate the 130 square meter building in Melbourne and to breathe new life into the miniscule frame (photo)
He used the north side avenue as the main facade of the house, with an open living room (photo), powder room, laundry room and a small balcony behind it
There are a total of three bedrooms scattered around the house, with many windows that let in light
& # 39; We didn't want the neighbors to get bored with the building, & # 39; said Mr. Lim. & # 39; So during the day it's an image and & # 39; at night it is a lantern. & # 39;
When the sunlight peeks through the triangular shape, it gives an intriguing glow and almost feels like you're in a light box.
The owner of the Albert Park estate only ever wanted to renovate and invert the house, but after seeing what was possible, he decided to move in for a year and get a feel for it, which was the ultimate compliment for Lim .
The owner of the Albert Park estate just wanted to renovate and turn over the house, but after seeing what was possible, he decided to move in for a year and get a feel for it, which was the ultimate compliment for Lim (living room shown)
The rooms have many triangular shapes scattered around them, including this corner
But now, a year later, Brendan Coburn quotes from the Agency between $ 2 million and $ 2.2 million for the house to be auctioned on November 16 (the bathroom pictured)
& # 39; A customer with confidence in us allowed us to explore the different options and do what we thought was best for the site, & # 39; he said.
But now, a year later, The Agency & Brendan Coburn quotes between $ 2 million and $ 2.2 million for the house being auctioned on November 16.
Although the price may seem steep, there are enough items in the equal size area that are $ 2.5 million plus.
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