The transformation of nursing homes in the family residence (13 photos)

by hybridtech November 2, 2016 at 12:59 pm

Hecker Guthrie Design Studio has developed a project of renovation of the interior in an old Victorian building. Construction in Melbourne, Australia, formerly served as a home for the elderly. Its interior space enlivened with modern décor and restoration of original features stucco and stained glass. The important point was the harmonious combination of old parts and later extensions, made in the 1960s.

The architects tried to restore the historic form of environment, introducing new features for comfortable family living. Centre began planning a winter garden with a glass ceiling, which allows natural light to penetrate the entire area. Exquisite furniture made of wood, sophisticated to the last detail, merges with a common space or performs a separate element, creating a unique mood of the house.

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