Natural light and a tapestry of timber reign in this soothing apartment redesign by studioplusthree. Known for crafting homes that feel instantly welcoming and lived-in, the architecture practice were called on to reconfigure a 1980s Cremorne Point apartment for a retired couple.
Recognising the harbourside apartment’s potential to better connect with its natural outlook, studioplusthree have honoured its top-notch views while creating depth, stripping the interiors back to simple, tactile materials and forms. Void of clutter and illuminated by generous natural light, the minimalist home is the antithesis of cold and sterile.
Produced in partnership with Tongue n Groove