An inexpensive house of concrete blocks with an open interior layout
Specialists of the Australian company Archier helped to equip an inexpensive house of concrete blocks, released as a result of dismantling of old structures. Reuse of concrete products prevents air pollution, as in the production of products using cement in the atmosphere is emitted a huge amount of harmful substances.
The old building of the sawmill on the territory of the former gold mine, the sculptor Benjamin Gilbert, was first converted to a workshop, and after the appearance in the family of the child, it was rebuilt into a dwelling house. Brother Benjamin Chris, working as an architect in Archie, helped design a space that was safe for children.
The absence of internal partitions inside the house makes it easy to make changes to the interior as needed. Unusual door-gate width of 9 meters in open condition unites the room with the surrounding space.
Painted in the color of gold patinated gold, the facades of the kitchen cabinets remind us that once in these places there was a mine of gold miners.
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