A double-height expanse, rich color palette, and industrial feel are just some of the special details in Rosso Verde, a new residential project from Carter Williamson Architects. Located in Camperdown, a suburb of Sydney, the brief included a modern update to the space, a “warehouse conversion that had been completed quickly without sensitivity to the original building or its context,” Julie Niass, Carter Williamson’s senior associate of interiors, told AN Interior. More natural light, an airy courtyard courtesy of landscape architects Dangar Barin Smith, and a better defined floor plan were also considerations.
While the home now appears both inviting and subtly commercial with its powder-coated red steel framing, they rejected, as the firm said, the “prevailing notion that bigger is always better.” Instead, they opted for a harmonious, family-friendly design that celebrates the building’s warehouse bones in a sophisticated and elevated way. The home is one of four residences within the historic factory setting and surrounds a communal pool.
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