SYDNEY, MOSMAN HOUSE
Sited in Sydney’s Lower North Shore, the Mosman House features skylights, double-height ceilings and structural openings that flood this dramatic, monochromatic home with light. The soft curves of the roofline lend the dwelling a sculptural silhouette.
The underlying theme of the interior design was to create a harmonious ambiance throughout the home allowing the indoors and outdoors to dialog seamlessly and effortlessly.
Meticulous care went into the selection of each piece of furniture. In the living room, the light and airy Wing sofa was placed center stage. Its architectural construction is made up of geometric shapes that are nonetheless soft and entirely free of sharp corners. The sofa pairs well with the Sveva armchair, whose sophisticated lines reveal its generously welcoming appeal.
The Fly Outdoor dining table, surrounded by Ortigia Outdoor dining armchairs, creates the perfect alfresco ensemble protected by the oculus of an architecturally striking ceiling.
Credits: Ursino Architects
Photos: Simon Whitbread