Neoclassical style in Australia: Spanish Queen House by Robson Rak

 Timeless beauty of a family’s home in Brighton, Melbourne

Design: Robson Rak Architects & Interior Designers
Photos  ©  Felix Forest

The Spanish Queen House embodies a gorgeous fusion of 1920 Spanish mission
 architecture with 21st-century luxury. Original architectural elements like sleek
 white pillars and arched doorways span the entire home, culminating in 
a glass and steel atrium addition at the rear of the property.

Principal architect Kathryn Robson:

“The client brief was for a personalised, elegant and robust home 
for a young family of six who love to entertain...”

Kathryn Robson:
“We’ve successfully created the ultimate social family home with zones
 and strategic materiality to allow for the various realities of children and
 adult fun to co-exist under the one roof.”

Kathryn Robson :

 “A cocktail of textured and robust materials were used to evoke the
 splendour of the period but also assist in handling the hard knocks of family life.”

An artful mix of vintage and new furnishings infuse
 the space with modern eclecticism and authenticity.

Robson Rak :

"We consistently look to challenge the architectural process to find new solutions,
 processes, and ways to live. Influenced by site, the end user of the home, budget
 or other parameters we strive to make every project unique with a long lasting
 positive impact on the lives of the occupants."

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