This tiny house is an adorable echo of the larger house that it sits behind and is a perfect mini-me version of it. Like many of the cottages in Berkeley it’s a one-floor living space but a former attic or storage area has been converted to a sleeping loft.
The last few years have seen many homeowners turn towards smart renovations and extension projects to transform their old dreary homes into cheerful contemporary hubs. Located in a suburb of Perth Western Australia this gorgeous home takes a similar approach as a dreary 1960s structure is transformed into a sparkling modern residence.
An open gabled roof not only gives the façade a distinct silhouette but also provides covered patio spaces at either end of the home extending the generous living areas outdoors. The overhangs also keep away the harsh midday sun and make the home a touch more efficient by cutting down on the cooling needs marginally.
A fluid interaction between the interior and the rooftop garden defines the which is undoubtedly the showstopper of this transformed loft. Bringing in ample natural light and giving the interior a cheerful ambiance the glassy feature leads to a 150-square-foot retractable skylight that paves the way to the rooftop garden!
Surrounded by a beautiful coniferous forest and nestled on the bank of the is an exquisite contemporary residence inspired by the landscape around it. Designed by the unique exterior of the house uses multiple shades of grey to create a distinct façade that looks even more beautiful thanks to the cloak of natural greenery.