Annandale House

The Annandale House feels wonderfully relaxed. Sunlight streams in from the central atrium and fills the rooms. The view of the city, framed by eucalypts and gum trees contributes to the sense of calm.

SCOPE
Interior Design, Furnishing, Object and Art

PHOTOGRAPHY 
Anthea Williamson

MEDIA 
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Baron Cottage by Trentini Design. Photography Amanda Prior.
Baron Cottage by Trentini Design. Photography Amanda Prior.
Baron Cottage by Trentini Design. Photography Amanda Prior.
Baron Cottage by Trentini Design. Photography Amanda Prior.

We were brought into this project early which enabled us to respond to the site, and shape a contemporary interior space which integrated seamlessly with our signature aesthetic. It allowed the built form and the interior to work hand in hand to create a layered and liveable home.

Baron Cottage by Trentini Design. Photography Amanda Prior.
Baron Cottage by Trentini Design. Photography Amanda Prior.
Annandale House by Trentini Design. Photography by Anthea Williamson.
Baron Cottage by Trentini Design. Photography Amanda Prior.

The materiality and texture of the house are both warm and rich, whilst layering of colour and pattern generates an excitement as they’re revealed to the viewer as they move from one level to the next. 

Baron Cottage by Trentini Design. Photography Amanda Prior.
Baron Cottage by Trentini Design. Photography Amanda Prior.
Baron Cottage by Trentini Design. Photography Amanda Prior.
Baron Cottage by Trentini Design. Photography Amanda Prior.
Baron Cottage by Trentini Design. Photography Amanda Prior.
Baron Cottage by Trentini Design. Photography Amanda Prior.

Architecturally designed, with a central three-storey atrium, the Annandale House is truly a masterpiece in design. Set on a narrow 3.2m wide block running 150m down a steep sandstone slope this home is anything but tiny. 

Baron Cottage by Trentini Design. Photography Amanda Prior.

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