Residential ArchitectureHousesA Jewellery Box House That Conceals and Embraces Intimate Moments

A Jewellery Box House That Conceals and Embraces Intimate Moments

Jewellery Box House James Design Studio

Project: Jewellery Box House
Architects: James Design Studio
Interior Decorator: Hare + Klein
Builder: MH Build
Engineer: D’Ambrosio Consulting / ACOR Consulting
Surveyor: Bee and Lethbridge
Landscape Designer: Anthea Dunlop Design
Landscaper: BTM Exteriors
Interior Designer: The owner and James Design Studio
Location: Sydney, Australia
Photography: Helen Ward / Simon Whitbread / Christian Quinlan

Jewellery Box House is a new house on a small suburban lot with the defining details of overhanging eaves, a carapace of steel cladding, and a simple palette that emphasises the building’s form.

Jewellery Box House James Design Studio

For the young family it is a jewellery box that conceals and embraces intimate moments. The open plan creates a sense of spaciousness and connection to the outdoors, with a transparency created by the flow through indoor and outdoor rooms.

Jewellery Box House James Design Studio

Jewellery Box House James Design Studio

Jewellery Box House James Design Studio

living room, James Design Studio

Jewellery Box House James Design Studio

interior design, House James Design Studio

bathroom, James Design Studio

Jewellery Box House James Design Studio

outdoor, James Design Studio

Jewellery Box House James Design Studio

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