1 The Old Library

This is a great space. Defining the bar with that steel and glass structure was clever, and the bathroom...awesome. 

From the designer: 
Located in a seaside suburb of Sydney, the Old Library was originally a Methodist church build circa 1908, and went on to be the shire library in the 1970’s. The original building had great bones and an existing level of texture (exposed beams and timber lining). Working within the voluminous spaces we created a sense of intimacy and gathering through creating a series of rooms within rooms and spaces within spaces. Custom furniture pieces and a natural palette of oak, linen, white timber and blackened steel contribute to the relaxed and somewhat domestic space that is The Old Library. 
The Old Library | Hecker Guthrie | Sydney, Australia | Photography by Shannon McGrath

1 comment:

Whitney said...

Why is it all of my favorite spaces are coming out of Australia these days? Beautiful!


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