Luigi Rosselli Architects have designed the ‘Balcony Over Bronte’ house in collaboration with Corrado Palleschi and interior designer Alexandra Donohoe in Sydney, Australia.
The house is built for a young family on a battle axe block overlooking Bronte, acts as a big balcony built to browse the beach.
The client has seen a graphic palette of black and white tones carried to great effect throughout the house and demanded these two colours to dominate.
Dark timber is boldly used as a main element in the staircase, which created a looks like treads and handrail are seem to float in light.
Photography: Justin Alexander