We present you this curatorial house in Melbourne designed by Taylor Pressly Architects which elevates the contemporary style with the Otomys art
The perfect house is a combination of multiple factors such as the architecture, the landscape, furniture, art, and others that when matched play an important role in making a house a sweeter and welcome place.
This curatorial house in Melbourne is proof that all of these factors can be matched and create a unique contemporary, high-end housing offer putting the space on another level where art and life merge. The house counts with the architecture studio Taylor Pressly Architects complemented by art curation by the local gallery Otomys expressing the client’s passion, free and adventurous spirit, combined with the creative vision of the team.
The goal of this project was to ease the boundaries between art and interior design. In fact, Hannah Abbott, the co-director of Otomys confess to be working not only with the talented cohort of artists that they represent but on a global scale being able to offer to the clients a broad and complete offer to those who look after them.
This house exhibit clean lines, sharp geometries, and a calming color palette building up a calm environment, nestled in a leafy part of Melbourne ‘s Toorak neighborhood. The place is the perfect insertion of art in life creating expressive accents, adding color and on occasion, a touch of playfulness, to this sophisticated interior design styled by Tyler Aspen Edmonds.
The gallerists enter the project and offer a complete service of art collection directed to the clients. As a result the house as a whole counts with 60 artworks from 27 artists and gallerists across 15 cities. The pieces displayed were personally chosen to match the overall environment without being blank with no personality but, on the opposite, adding to the space atmosphere.
This project was an example of the results that can be achieved if all the team are on the same page. The conversation worked out smoothly in which they curated diverse genres, scales, and mediums to create a bond of trust and confidence. There was a place for the over-scaled contemporary work of Melbourne-based Mark Roper down to small, classic oil paintings by Danielle Mooney, a South African artist which left a big statement in this home.
The architectural features of the property, such as its swatches of glazing, high ceilings, and a central triple-height void, are highlighted by the placement of every piece that was chosen personally to serve a purpose strategically. The immaculate construction detailing, and material and color of the election combined to create an entire domestic experience where art is merged with life in Melbourne.
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