Historic buildings are so full of architectural riches, textural gems and much more. While not all buildings from the late 1800s are able to be converted with much of their amazing history in tact, this warehouse conversion in Melbourne feels light and open despite its heavy materials.
The interior is draped in brick arched walls with sculpted concrete ceilings that remain from its previous life. The kitchen is sleek and contemporary, and patterned rugs cover the floor while rustic furniture pieces adorn the vast open space. An amazingly ornate crystal chandelier hangs in the middle of the dining space, showcasing the raw architectural beauty of the space. The old and new items provide a great juxtaposition that really make this space work.