Butter Factory Turned into Artful Apartment in Australia
Apr 01, 2014 11:20
This sculptural modern apartment located in West Melbourne is curvaceous and looks like a contemporary art gallery. It was a former butter factory that has been transformed into an unconventional living space by Adrian Amore Architects.
The interior is white walled throughout, and the color palette is kept simple. The first level is an open plan living and dining area. The second floor accommodates the bedrooms. A massive spiral stairway connects the spaces all the way up to the roof deck.
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