The designed by John Wardle Architects on a sheep farm on North Bruny Island in Tasmania Australia might not be about minimalist design or ultra-sleek interiors but it sure garners some attention with its impressive renovation and warm wooden interiors.
The wide and large spaces on the inside are really refreshing to see and considering the landscape that surrounds this accommodation one can be guaranteed that there will be many beautiful dawns soothing evenings and surreal sights that will accompany a stay here.
And because we mentioned the green aspect of the home you should know that — according to its designer — the house A great example of how you should care about every detail of sustainability and a bohemian lifestyle at the same time. Don’t you think?
The area separated by the moving glass walls also contains a library and space for children’s activity room with a huge whiteboard on one of the walls. By using the glass doors the living space can be separated from this area as well and hence the noise can be kept out whenever needed while still keeping an eye on the kids!
The lower floor contains the kids’ bedrooms the guestrooms and other facilities like the gymnasium and the home theater which are beautifully integrated with the rest of the house. The central attraction of the residence though is the serene and minimalist pond of Buddhist inspiration that should put any worries to rest.