This place is a near perfect recipe don't you think? Stone, timber, charcoal, navy, grey, white and mustard yellow. Folded gently and left to simmer over a slow heat.
The architecture is stunning, there's no escaping that. But the owners have not rested on those laurels alone. They've been pretty clever in their treatment of this building. Sticking to a simple palette right the way through unifies what could have been a dog's breakfast of singular impressive rooms. But with this approach the space is cohesive and all the more impressive for it.
One particular detail I like is how in the vaulted spaces the timber ceilings have been left natural, but in the more intimate spaces they've been painted white. A trick of the eye that makes even the more petite scaled rooms still seem expansive.
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