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Almost completely submerged underground, this once dark and congested storage space was gutted by SOUTH architecture and transformed into a bright, comfortable and fully equipped studio apartment. The addition of a sculptural partition wall allowed SOUTH to create distinct functional living areas whilst also enhancing the flow of natural light throughout. The clever inclusion of an arched circular opening between the living room and bedroom doubles as both a desk and vanity, while unique, custom-designed furniture in the living room, bedroom and kitchen further defines the spaces and adds to their functionality.
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"With a focus on sustainability, quality and fostering a strong sense of community, 122 Roseneath St is a project designed around flexible, shared spaces including a multi-purpose communal room, a bike workshop/laundry and an open terrace with a barbeque area and herb gardens. This 55m2 apartment...
In conversation: Danny Berish & David...
Director Danny Berish and built environment researcher David Fell answer all your questions about biophilic housing and concepts discussed in the film "Outside In". Hosted by Andrew Spicer (Follies).