Webster Architecture & Interiors

Melissa Strauch

Dave Kulezsa

With architecture by Webster Architecture & Interiors and Landscape Design by Nathan Burkett this contemporary sanctuary on the Mornington Peninsula celebrates a sense of luxury while still maintaining a relaxed, coastal feel throughout. The residence’s uniqueness becomes imminent not only through the evergreen garden blurring the separation between inside and outside but also a cathedral ceiling that connects kitchen, dining and living spaces.

 The team curated a refreshing selection of furniture, art and object, complementing the open plan living and light interiors. Sculptural forms and interesting textures take centre stage creating layering and warmth.

Custom made pieces like the dining table by Joel Elliott, sit alongside a curved Jardan sofa and a series by local artists sourced through Studio Gallery. The result is a pared-back aesthetic that focuses on entertaining and family time in equal measure.

"We were very fortunate to have Simone Haag collaborate on the styling and furniture selections, to further enhance the quality of the project. Her understanding of the architecture and interiors allowed her to create beautiful layering that was curated for purpose."

~ Dan Webster, Webster Architecture & Interiors