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Minimal Sculptural Interior Design Sydney

Minimal Sculptural Interior Design Sydney Minimal Sculptural Interior Design Sydney

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For those who are minimalists at heart, decorating a home with both style and sophistication can be a real challenging task. Minimalism requires discipline, order and an ability to keep the space as de-cluttered as possible. For some of us this is next to impossible, but not for the homeowners of Cronulla Residence, who have turned their waterfront Sydney home into a refined and inviting hub. To get this accomplished, they turned to Amber Road, who reinvented the living space, introduced sculptural decor and artistic accessories, and put in place shelves and storage units that offered better organization.

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Sourcing a very specific size of floor tile and finding tradespeople who were willing to try things they may not be familiar with was a bit of a challenge – thanks to those legends.

To create the illusion of space, it became an extension of the sand and wave whitewater through the palette, material choice and forms.

The emphasis is on materials and their repetition. Photo – Tom Ross.

The apartment was bought as an investment, a family home and as a way of showcasing my designs. As a family of four, the main challenge was making a 51sqm space work on both a practical and aesthetic level.

The bathroom was extended into the living area in a sculptural curve, letting in as much light as possible and drawing you towards the view. The kitchen walls were taken down to open up the space and allow for a small dining area which was a no-negotiation feature of the brief.

This Sydney-based furniture and interior designer has been on our radar for months now… finally today we’re sharing her story!

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Creating custom furniture is a fairly selfish endeavour as the world is overflowing with incredible vintage pieces, but to have the opportunity to design all the details in a space is a dream.

Each piece needed to work almost as a functional sculpture in its own right, as I was wary of overcrowding the tiny space with objects, but still wanted to create an impact and translate a clear vision. The built-in seating area saves on space and moulds into the walls but is also the size of a single bed for guests.

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The Sydney-based creative is known for her dreamy custom furniture designs, but she also creates complete interior spaces too.

Here, Olivia talks all things interiors, and shares more details on her swoon-worthy pad!

The dining room and kitchen of the once-boring cottage home now showcase a more modern sheen, with large windows bringing the outdoors inside. A minimal bedroom with walls partly covered in oak and a bathroom in black and white borrow from the curated, crisp and classy color scheme and style of the living space. Kids’ rooms with multiple storage options and a space-savvy design complete the transformation for the Sydney home that is a cultured, urban delight!

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She set out to create an illusion of space through material repetition. Photo – Tom Ross.

The showstopper in this minimal living room is the American Oak sliding panel edged in bronze that hides the television with ease. At the touch of a button, it gently gives way to the entertainment hub in the living room when needed and epitomizes the minimal style of the living room. Another interesting feature is the 10-meter-long, floating concrete bench that connects the two living areas and offers an enhanced interaction zone for family members. With dark black walls in the backdrop, fabulous contemporary decor in contrasting lighter hues and sculptural wall art in bronze, every little detail comes together to create a truly exquisite interior.

Follow Olivia Bossy’s project on her Instagram @oliviabossy.

‘To have the opportunity to design all the details in a space is a dream.’ – Olivia Bossy.

It was a love ignited by my uncle’s house in Havana, designed by Richard Neutra. After having children I felt that I wanted to leave something physical for them in the world, and once I started drawing I couldn’t stop. Then I just kept moving to bigger and bigger things. My methods may not be conventional, but I research and learn and get it done.

The curved shower coming together despite the many challenges it presented was really rewarding. Also seeing the space function beautifully and stand its ground against two small humans.

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Macrame and clay beads combine for a spectacular new collection of chandeliers.

Olivia collaborated with Amy Vider for this Egg Light. Photo – Tom Ross.

A dream European outpost for two of Australia’s most respected design aficionados! (And yes, it’s available for holiday rental).

It seems like there are a lot of custom-designed pieces in the house…

The built-in Marrakesh plaster seating was a key element in ‘creating an unusually strong presence and functionality within a tiny footprint,’ Olivia tells. Photo – Tom Ross.

Earlier this year, Olivia completed a project very close to her heart – her own home/showroom! A renovation of a 51-square-metre beachside apartment in Freshwater, this project required gutting and reconfiguring the whole space. With the help of limeplaster experts Tadelakt Sydney and Porter & Maple craftsmen, Olivia undertook an extensive redesign of the bathroom and kitchen, incorporating her custom furniture and lighting designs, plus  a host of complimentary objects to tie everything in together.

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Olivia Bossy’s home / showroom, completed in February of this year. Photo – Tom Ross.

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Eileen Gray is my hero and her house in the south of France is a modernist gem and obviously an influence. Donald Judd had such a clear vision, and I think there’s also a lot to be taken from the eclecticism and fun of Ettore Sottsass and Carlo Bugatti. Finally, my Dad, who is an architect, gave me my love of curves and obsession with detail.

Olivia has a background in graphic design, but also designs furniture. Photo – Tom Ross.

Architect Shaun Lockyer introduces South American flair to the typical Queenslander typology.

What did you love most about creating your own space, and what was most challenging?

Though she comes from a background in graphic design, Olivia Bossy is making a name for herself amongst Australia’s interior design scene.

Olivia Bossy (brilliant name!) creates interiors that are at once nostalgic, of-the-moment and timeless – no easy feat! Today we visit her dreamy 51-square-metre beachside apartment in Freshwater.

‘The Freshwater project was an exercise in streamlining existence, living small but not at the cost of a beautiful and functional space,’ tells Olivia, who took cues from Eileen Grey’s e1027 house and Georgia O’Keeffe’s Ghost Ranch.

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