Australia based, Adrian Amore Architects, has converted a former butter factory into loft apartments that orientate around curved walls and a sinuous stairway.
The design houses a pair of bedrooms and bathroom upstairs that lead to wooden decked rooftop with panoramic urban views over the city.
Below is an open plan living kitchen that can be viewed from various angles as the occupants move upwards and through the space.
Once a steel truss was removed from the ground floor the ground floor became a blank canvass to create a dynamic space with curved walls and sweeping circulation.
Project description; Walls sinuously move and bend through this loft apartment interior housed in a former butter factory, in West Melbourne.
A sculptural stair sits at the converging point in the space, twisting, and soaring up towards a recreational roof terrace which overlooks the city of Melbourne.
A monochrome palate of white on white with charcoal and black, plays with the abundant natural light which is drawn in from the large north facing windows and ceiling void.
An essentially open ground floor plan is defined by bending, wrapping walls which contain a bathroom, laundry and storage spaces.
Sliding doors further create the opportunity for expanding or containing, depending on how the ground floor is used, whether it be as a studio, bedroom or for entertaining.