Tanner Kibble Denton Architects

Double Bay House III

Gadigal Country / Double Bay

With carefully considered visual connections and spatial arrangements, the interior design encourages views and connection of multiple spaces at once. The ground floor living spaces open onto the expansive front lawn and connect to the park beyond. The dense trees create a canopy of privacy and shade within which the organic, sweeping forms of the upper level of the house appear to float.

The interiors are influenced by the architectural language by playing with insertions, protrusions and contrasting materiality. Throughout the interior design the curved forms continue with the softening of the stairs, walls, and cabinetry in a palette of natural materials and muted tones.  Robust natural materials in earthy and subdued tones are applied in a restrained and sophisticated manner throughout the interior design.

Photography: Tom Ferguson
Architecture, Interior Design & Styling: TKD Architects

Tom Ferguson
Architecture, Interior Design and Styling
TKD Architects