What an interesting family home! The architects at No.555 did a great job on the KKC house, providing two distinct volumes for social and sleeping areas.
The modern home itself resides near the owner’s parents and the raised building provides plenty of room for dining and play between the two. An area beneath elevated living spaces has a mixture of real and artificial turf but the most eye-catching feature is a substantial wooden bar for social gatherings. Follow the turf up the stairs to find a unique alley between the volumes, styled with the same turf and perfect for putting practice.
We really dig the social half of this unique house. The dining table and chairs are, of course, clean and contemporary (including that neat z-shaped Tripp Trapp high chair) but little midcentury modern touches – like the flat bar sofas – combined with a vintage orange theme give this contemporary interior a laidback vibe.
What do you think? The KKC House looks comfortable despite the untraditional layout, but we’d love to hear your opinion in the comment section below.