This curvaceous 1970s home needed a loving renovation to fulfil the ambition of the original architect Rueben Lane. Brendan Wong Design worked closely with the client to delve deep into the influences and design of the period, resulting in a meticulously renovated home of singular vision. Bedroom spaces were combined to incorporate ensuites and walk in robes, the kitchen was redesigned as a dramatic focal point and spatial refinement achieved throughout.
A hand spun wool and silk rug by Robyn Cosgrove melds into the travertine tiled floor, dressed with mid century Brazilian and contemporary metal sculptural furniture pieces. The Le Corbusier tapestry celebrates graphic iconography from the adobe style corridor at the rear of the room, facing the bay.
A tangerine, tufted banquette elevates everyday breakfast to an experience.
The classic Platner Dining Chair upholstered in lemon wool, vintage satellite pendant light and Boxed Paper Sculpture set the scene for extraordinary mealtime exchanges. Overlooking a manicured lawn, the space radiates freshness and vitality.