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Pavilion Design Concept of Camberwell House by AM Architecture

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Clear zoning, luminous and warm interiors, dynamic and contemporary facade – this modern home located in Camberwell, Australia is a sunny expression of a very practical brief. The architectural pavilion-concept of the home emerged organically from its location near a park with lush vegetation and the bright mixture of beautiful materials – natural oak and timber structures, brick walls and extensive clear glass windows that open the facade toward the surrounding nature and the turquoise waters of the swimming pool. The AM Architecture had used smart, thoughtful and sustainable approach towards the composition of spaces – cross ventilation of each space, abundance of natural sun light during all seasons, organic and breathable materials palette.

The sunny interior of the home is furnished with minimalist and comfortable furniture pieces and some memorable focal point accents. Like the suspended fireplace in the living room that gives dynamic juxtaposition between its long black shape and the soft presence of the caramel wood cladding and furniture. Or the beautiful bathroom assembly semi-opened towards the rest of the premises and clad in luxurious glass and wood composition. In the bedroom, the strong warm presence of the brick wall contrasts with the tidy, minimalist atmosphere and the simplicity of the furnishing.

Actually throughout the house focal accents are achieved with brick structures and partial walls, witch gives earthly and esthetically beautiful expression to the design. Most of the furniture aesthetics involved in this home design represent a contemporary read on classic shapes and textures from the 50s and 60s. Sunny and elegant with clear shapes and smooth lines the design leaves the surrounding nature, penetrating through the large windows, to become an active element of the house ambiance.