A room without a roof.
This intriguing family home in inner-city Melbourne flips the outdoor and entertainment spaces to create a “room without a roof” at the front of the house. This enclosed courtyard acts as a buffer to the street and allows large windows at the front. These flood the property with natural light.
Photography: Peter Bennets Photography
Light Project Team
Our creative vision
The brief called for the artificial lighting solution to be downplayed to allow the natural light to shine.
Using a combination of seamlessly integrated LED strip lights, recessed down lights and surface mounted fixtures, the result is both functional and warming with no points of glare or visible light source.