Queens Park House Inspires Family Warmth

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Fox Johnston team has designed a house in Queens Park, in Sydney, Australia. It is a home for a big family, a volume of two levels, having the study room and a place called „parents retreat” by the designers at the second floor.  The ground level is all open to the wonderful garden area, which is a great place for the children to play. Most of the exterior walls have been replaced with sliding glass doors and so this there is almost no boundaries between the outdoor and indoor spaces.

The master bedroom has its own little terrace arranged, so that the privacy and the stunning green views surroundings can be both achieved. Queens Park House is filled with bright colors, mostly white and wood color. The style is very relaxed, yet perfect for to inspire family warmth in an environment that it’s absolutely beautiful to raise children.


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