Today we will focus on the house Heritage in Sydney. Recently, the development of an extension in a modern style to an existing house has been completed. This project involved a team of architects from Rolf Ockert Design. The two-story building on 26th Northern Avenue was built for a young family with a child. The project was made on the assumption that the detached neighboring house was too small. Its total area was only 100 square meters, it did not allow to fully use the entire functionality of the building, so I had to resort to this solution. Old and new buildings are very different betweenby style. The first is sustained in strict classics, has one level, and brick served as a finishing material for facades. The new building is made of gray wooden gum in the style of minimalism. In addition, it includes a breakdown of the walls into rectangular elements. However, the main feature of this project is the design solution of its interior, original and stylish. Thanks to the active use of color, you canfeel comfortable in any room, while ignoring the sober assessment of its exterior. The living room is very large and bright. Going into it, immediately tune in to a good-natured way. The walls are decorated with various paintings, which hang in a chaotic manner.