Stunning House in Melbourne by Crone Partners



Conceived by design studio and architecture firm Crone Partners, the Good Residence is a simple, but luxurious house. Located in Melbourne, Australia, this home was a little challenging for the architects, but as you can see, they managed to pull it off beautifully.

Being different is not always a bad thing and the same can be said about this house. Its bold rectilinear shape is set in the middle of a carpet of natural ground cover. It presents a series of “boxes” which host different areas, such as a sleeping/study zone, a garage/workshop zone, a living zone and above all this a parents’ retreat.

The house has a lot of great features that include high performance tinted windows, passive cooling via natural cross ventilation, rain water storage tank for reuse in toilet flushing and irrigation, pool and many more. Furthermore the interior design is very modern and presents a neutral color palette, white being the main color. Amongst its gorgeous elements you can find a double-sided fireplace, beautiful light fixtures and art work.

The Good Residence flows effortlessly from one zone to another and can be opened up to embrace the outdoor spaces. Spacious, airy, with lots of natural light, this contemporary wonder looks like it would stand the test of time.


Published by in Architecture, on May 30th, 2011

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