feminine minimalism – Revisited

Located in Queens Park, inner-city Sydney among Victorian and federation style homes and lush urban green spaces, this family house was thoroughly renovated by local design practice Alexander &CO with great attention to detail, transforming the century-old building into a light-filled residence of contemporary comforts and subtle elegance.

The two-storey, semi-detached house that dates back to the early 20th century posed two major challenges that the designers had to address: its dilapidated state due to years of neglect and its limited floor space. In order to establish a sense of spaciousness, the design espouses the concepts of openness and lightness by adopting a minimal, uncluttered aesthetic.

The interior decoration is characterized by an aesthetic of feminine minimalism that combines a neutral colour palette of whites and greys with warm, natural hues and textures.

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