Tranquil Living is a project designed by the Stylesmiths. Renovated to improve connection and flow, this two-storey unit has been fitted with contrasting features that harness the theatrics of light and shade. Ash oak timber and engineered white marble intersect with black detailing to create a timeless, minimal and modern design that fills the compact home with character. Photography by Fiona Susanto.
Flirting With The Past is a project designed by The Stylesmiths. Beyond the heritage red brick façade of this Federation home, is an interior extension that flirts with moments of the past and brings them into the present to create a timeless, uncomplicated design. The project brief called for liveability, and so The Stylesmiths lead designer Priscilla Elasi delivered a home that responds to the everyday life and entertaining needs of the family of five, matching the lively rhythm of multicultural Burwood, Western Sydney. Photography by Fiona Susanto.
Art Pop is a project designed by The Stylesmiths. Along the winding backstreets and neighbouring beach trails of the Mornington Peninsula, is a hidden gem of colour and texture. A beach house turned modern full-time residence, Denis and Jura’s Blairgowrie property is layered with Japanese charred timber – known as Yaki Sugi – precast artisan concrete and bold colourful accents. Photography by Gus MacDonald.
Paul’s Place is a project designed by The Stylesmiths. Creative people yearn for environments that inspire, sparking conversations that lead to inspiration. Such was the brief for Paul’s Place; a home that welcomes both work and play, blurring the line that divides them and facilitating the creation of art. Photography by Gus MacDonald.