House of Bricks by Jolson in Melbourne, Australia

Project: House of Bricks
Architects: Jolson
Location: Melbourne, Australia
Photographs by: Lucas Allen Photography

House of Bricks by Jolson

This House of Bricks designed by Jolson is located in Melbourne, Australia and is really a one-of-a-kind home with a design that takes its cues from different eras and styles. The overall style is inspired by warehouses converted into living spaces in the industrial style, but in this case with a contemporary twist.

Divided over three levels, this newly constructed home draws inspiration from local vernacular with contemporary re-interpretation of warehouse living.

The architecture and interior design has been carefully considered to explore texture and colour. Inspired by our clients love of travel, the exposed patterned brickwork that characterises this project draws reference from woven rugs and kilims. The pallet of diverse materials carefully layers raw steel, exposed concrete and robust timber.

At the core of the building is a two storey tower of books that celebrates our client’s extensive literary collection. This dramatic wall of colour and text engages with the eclectic interior pallet.

The careful selection of lighting, furniture and rugs explore a relaxed use of block colour, fabrics, and refined craftsmanship.

House of Bricks is a holistic project that articulates our client brief through architecture, interior and landscape design.



Tags: Australia, brick, bricks, contemporary, exterior, house of bircks, industrial, interior, jolson, Melbourne, modern, steel

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