They say the entry of a home sets the tone for the entire space, and when it comes to this Brighton Townhouse brought to life by local firms
Faced with the audacious task of taking three townhouses and turning them to a single home, architect Martin Friedrich and interior design studio Sisalla Interior Design joined forces and brought on local builder
In keeping with Sisalla Interior Design’s signature approach, the interior design consists of a mostly monochromatic palette, with pops of colours featured in various furniture and decorative items. While the structural bones of the home tend to lean more to a contemporary style, the organic shaped furniture and soft material choices offer a classic contrast.
To create visual consistency throughout the newly-united spaces, a consistent material palette has been carried throughout the home. Black, white and grey are the predominant tones featured in both public and private areas, working as a simple base palette for layers of colour and texture to be peppered on top. In a suburb where there’s no shortage of big blocks to choose from, this Brighton townhouse makes a winning argument for making spaces work for the way you want to live – with a to-die for staircase included, of course .
From its sculptural design to the practical layout, this Brighton home proves again that downsizing homes doesn’t have to come at the compromise of style or space.
Stand out design elements take comfort in a bold architectural build.