Armadale Residence II

Armadale Residence II is an historic Melbourne home originally built at the turn of the century as one of three identical grand residences. Refreshed by a renovation befitting the current residents’ modern familial needs, the reconfiguration is reflective of the need for designated spaces that effortlessly transition through cohesive design, while respectfully balancing heritage features with contemporary vision.

The stately heritage façade, grandiose entry hall archway and geometric motif ceilings inspired a mirrored symmetry that echoes throughout, while the considered placement of unexpected furnishings and joyful pops of colour marry the interior with the intricate heritage windows.

A monochromatic palette throughout acts as a crisp canvas to hero contemporary artwork and freestanding object d’art, also inspiring vibrant soft furnishing.

Photography by Sharyn Cairns