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Old Warehouse In Melbourne Acquires A New Lease Of Life!

There is something magical about renovations and makeovers that transform the dull and the dingy into the spectacular. More amazing the transformation; more appealing it seems! Located in Melbourne Australia, this open and creative modern residence was crafted from the shell of an old and discarded warehouse. The unenviable task of turning this Fitzroy North warehouse into a stylish and functional home fell to the ingenious folk at Splinter Society Architecture.

House in a Warehouse in Melbourne

And they seem to have done a brilliant job as a warm and open living plan was clubbed with space conscious design. The space acquires a whole new vibe after the makeover as ample glass and smart lighting have been used to eliminate any dark corners. Warm wooden surfaces have been used generously throughout even as the original brick wall in the kitchen and dining area is kept intact. Cool neutral shades and ergonomic shelves help reduce any visual fragmentation of the limited space on offer.

Ergonomic kitchen in the warehouse

Dining space in the house

Touch of green inside

With a stylish staircase and a carpet of green outside, one struggles to find any reminiscent traits of the old warehouse from the outside. While the first floor sports a livings pace, kitchen and dining area, private quarters are housed on the top level and promise adequate privacy. Elegant, exquisite and modern to the core, this altered warehouse is a glittering example of smart, savvy and sustainable design.

Bit of green outside

Wood covered walls of the warehouse home

Narrow entryway into the warehouse

Staircase to the top level

View of the terrace

Sherry Nothingam
Sherry is a blogger who loves to live her life to the fullest. She enjoys everything associated with design, décor and stylish modern trends. Born in California, Sherry has grown up on open ranches and in a wild setting, which has defined her taste for design and developed her interest in examining how structures and homes interact with the beauti[...]

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