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Flemington residence renovated by Techne architecture studio

Flemington residence renovated by Techne architecture studio


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Justin Northrop, director of the Australian architecture studio Techne, and his young family lived for a few years in this house located in Flemington before starting its renovation. After work, the old and the contemporary coexist with great accuracy in the middle of rooms bathed in light. We invite you to discover in images the result of this transformation.

An ultra contemporary living room


Tom Blachford Clean lines and contemporary furniture make the show in the living room flooded with light thanks to the large picture windows. An idea to sting in this atmosphere: fix a shelf along the window to accommodate a multitude of green plants or become the space for children.

Modernity for the kitchen


Tom Blachford Black lacquered facades in the kitchen, the tone is set! Small feature that makes us crack: the handles made with wooden cleats and left raw for the touch of originality.

A clean corridor


Tom Blachford In the corridor, return to the charm of the old with a beautiful vault and an old parquet floor which have been preserved. We like the all-white walls that illuminate this narrow space and the choice of a wall of frames for a trendy but nevertheless minimalist decoration.

Libraries to decorate the walls


Tom Blachford In this house, the walls are covered with large bookcases. The books thus arranged create a unique decor, we love it!

A dining room with a flea market spirit


Tom Blachford The dining room was placed under the sign of vintage thanks to furniture found on flea markets. We literally melt in front of the old wooden chairs with a singular but very decorative look arranged around this table in aged wood.

Wood and metal for the industrial touch


Tom Blachford These bookcases were chosen in wood and metal to add the industrial note that it lacked in the atmosphere. The result is superb once installed on a white wall.

Soft atmosphere in the bathroom


Tom Blachford In the bathroom, the metro tiling was imposed on both the walls and the bathtub for a more Scandinavian decor. We love the choice of black floor and graphic bath linen which contrast and energize the atmosphere.

Cocoon rooms


Tom Blachford In the bedrooms, it is above all the cocoon atmosphere that touches us with light colors and the choice of natural and raw materials. The plus: a very simple wall decoration, but one that gives life to the whole.

Touches of yesteryear


Tom Blachford Here and there, notes of the past have been slipped in like this magnificent fireplace, simply reworked. In the hallway, a magnificent row of vintage teak has been laid along an anthracite gray wall for a nice setting.