The Australian interior design studio “Golden” has transformed an Edwardian-inspired house in Melbourne into a clean and minimalist house where music is the real protagonist.
The architects of the Golden studio respected the original structure, a house inspired by the Edwardian architecture of the early twentieth century, but create a new family home of six music lovers.
They sought to offer a modern aesthetic to the classic structure of the facade, whose spirit and majesty they wanted to conserve, so they designed a minimalist interior and changed the carpentry to create a play of shades and sober colors that gave warmth to the house. In addition, they used music to make sense of the house. That’s why it’s no coincidence that musical details are hidden in the corners.
The interior designers made a clever use of soft colors, they look to give calm and warmth to the rooms but also used them to bring the personality and character of the buildings.
That is why they chose “real” blue and made it the common denominator. All the rooms have a blue touch that breaks the dullness of the whites, grays, and browns without subtracting elegance from the design or leaving the minimal line.
Golden wanted the family to bring their personal touch to the house and that is why it had some luxury element, the four children of the couple, who were actively involved in the interior design project. The result is a house with character, which pays homage to the Edwardian architecture while combining the contemporary and the classic.