Set in the vibrant neighbourhood of Norwood, Hall St home combines contemporary architecture with a classic structure. Functionally designed, the home leaves no space redundant while injecting comfort and care into every room.
Visitors are welcomed into the home by a Crisp Sconce, and the long hallway is lit up beautifully by a trio of Tempo Pendants - not a downlight to be seen! This makes sure the cottage’s original architecture isn’t overshadowed and the art on the walls gets its own time to shine.
Lighting Republic’s Orb Wall Lights are a great little addition to any bathroom, and at Hall St they provide the perfect amount of light for a long soak in the tub. Strip light in the cabinets and a well placed downlight above the mirror ensure prime illumination for teeth brushing and hair styling.
The kitchen bench and stovetop area are well lit by Unios Switch 7W Downlights and Arkos Surface Mounted Shot Lights, ensuring safety while cooking dinner. In the living area, Switch downlights highlight two stunning pieces of art hung on an exposed brick wall, while three Titanium Starlights combine to illuminate the rest of the room.
Elsewhere in the house, the Akira ceiling light provides an even spread of light to an art studio/home office, and the minimalist Orb Pendant and Rec Wall Light subtly brighten up bedrooms, without any harsh glare. Outside, an Iris Wall Light adds a pop of illumination.
Multiple styles of fitting work together seamlessly at Hall St, both blending in and standing out amongst the design of the house.
Michelle Jean Sia