Adele Bates Design是一傢位於墨爾本的設計工作室，他們的每一個項目都是審美感謝與實踐目標的結合。
Adele Bates Design is a Melbourne-based design studio and each of their projects is a combination of aesthetic appreciation and practical goals. A holistic approach is adopted for each project, from spatial customization to the most intimate customization details taking into account all aspects.
The Stokes Street house in Melbourne Harbor has two layers of elegant layered space with plenty of light. The four-person young people live in a place where balanced dark textured wood flooring and joinery statements touch the color to reflect the customers personality.
The lively and jumping color embellishment makes the house full of vitality and vitality, and enriches the sense of space.
Adele Bates project is located in the Melbourne suburb of Elwood, one of two townhouses. Its site is open, beautiful and tree-lined scenery. Concise and powerful architectural forms make the spacious and bright interior space of Elwood residence closely related to the external landscape.
Elwood interior design is designed to create a quiet residence, full of calm and eternal elegance, where residents can avoid worldly worries and enjoy a secure life.
Enter the room, dark French gray wood floor covered with the entire floor space, creating a delicate and warm atmosphere. The living room, dining room and kitchen are connected together to form an open mobile space.
The living room atmosphere is relaxed and bright, both sides pass high glass window, bring sufficient daylighting and good natural ventilation for the room. The core area of the living room, the black fireplace is inlaid between two horizontal blocks made of natural stone and polished gypsum. At the same time, natural wood tone and bright space to form a harmonious color balance.
In the main bedroom, the inclined ceiling reflects the unique gable form of the upper part of the building, and the considerable floor height and the huge industrial frame glass window further show the spatial characteristics of the indoor open space.
The luxurious walk-in cloakroom is cleverly hidden in a dark wood finish with sliding doors on both sides of the cloakroom.
A beautiful historic building in Melbournes Toorak district. The design requirements of the owners are comprehensive and simple: to create a modern and comfortable residence for their family of four; among them, durability, uniqueness and timeliness are considered to be the most important qualities.
The interior of the residential space is endowed with the characteristics of the gallery. Wall art and rich furniture make every space have its aesthetic significance. Many furniture in the house presents a sculptural form, which brings visual enjoyment as well as practicability.
The design of the kitchen is simple, beautiful and practical, and aims to maximize the use potential of space. The works of art in the whole house are very visual impact, and are carefully selected and arranged for each indoor space.
The space as a whole uses natural materials, wood and stone with cold gray and fresh white finish, it is very clean and simple. Considering the large amount of art and furniture components in space, designers balance visual relations with neutral color collocation, so that these spaces can be linked to each other.