Albert Park House is a contemporary two-storey addition to a weatherboard villa in Albert Park, Melbourne. With the new extension wrapping around a central courtyard, the house is open and light with charming and colourful living spaces comfortably furnished with DOMO.
In the front of the Albert Park house, the living room faces a sleek black fireplace with a picture window looking out to the courtyard behind. The furniture setting is elegant and light-hearted with Ligne Roset’s Ploum sofa in natural-coloured upholstery, and the Amedee armchair sitting pretty in pink. The Kul side table and Lace footstools add more personality to the room. The Kul side table has a turned spindle-like base, while the colourful footstools, inspired by the Japanese art of shibari, are bound in rope and have a slightly shallower and narrower shape at the base.
The seating is arranged around Ligne Roset’s Pebble coffee table – a low, stone-shaped table with a subtle convex solid wood top – while the ever-popular Bul lamp arches over.
Ligne Roset’s Ettoriano is a minimalist, contemporary seat in the study at the Albert Park house. Pulled up to a built-in timber desk, the Ettoriano chair has a curved, felt-covered shell on slim, steel legs.
Vermobil Désirée Dining Chairs and Table provide a smart space-saving courtyard settingat the Albert Park house. The armchairs have a rounded form with a rope-wrapped frame and comfortable cushions, while the round metal table has a base to complement the chair.
Roda’s Orson Sunlounger provides the option of more seating, or a place to relax or enjoy the sun’s rays, and the Roda Double pouf adds a pop of colour and is large enough for kids to play on and several people to sit on. The pouf has hydro-draining padding covered with a quick-dry 3D polyester net upholstery so that it can stay outside come rain or come shine.
In the dining room at the Albert Park house, Tonon Up Armchairs are seated around the Tonon Salt & Pepper Dining Table. Up Armchairs have a fresh, innovative form with an organic-shaped shell that cleverly wraps, curves and almost folds in on itself. The dining table is sleek and modern with a timber top and four-legged based with steel connections.
Upstairs, the Ligne Roset Dolmen light is decorative in the corner of the master bedroom. Designed by Philippe Daney, Dolmen has a mouth-blown satin-finish opal glass shade in a voluminous pebble shape that offers sculpture by day and ambient light at night.