Blonde ambition

A Scandinavian aesthetic, by way of blonde timbers, white walls and pitch-perfect furniture, has infused this original 1900s cottage with a sense of youthful joie de vivre. Located in a desirable pocket of Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs with easy access to the beaches and all facilities, it had irresistible appeal for the owners, who wished to maximise the heritage charm of the house and complement it with contemporary, open, light and flowing living spaces.

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Light Fantastic
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High Notes
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Art Of Stone
THERE’S A MONOLITHIC quality to the island bench that architect Ben Robertson, director of Tecture, designed for this penthouse apartment. “I chose Era Silver stone for its depth and moodiness,” he says. “It was all about selecting a stone that could