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Dazzling Colors: A Hip City Pad in Sydney

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Mirroring its semi-industrial city neighborhood, this pad is hip and edgy.

Roof heights vary throughout and a split level kitchen and dining room open out onto a lower terrace.

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Playful use of color by David Boyle Architect invigorates the renovated Belmont Street Residence.

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The blue wall of the living room extends outside to a high terrace.

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Its vibrant and energetic urban spirit besets the visitor upon entry.

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Scrumptious jolts of reds, blues, lime, majenta and black and white bounce off the rich woods.

The random mix is ironically repeated in kitchen chairs in this edgy sunken dine-in kitchen.

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Unexpected jolts of color above white make a kitchen that is anything but boring.

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A sleek and polished bathroom is skylit from above, warming its richly hued woods, offset by white and a burgundy tile wall.

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The only awkwardness in the renovation is in some tight placements and one frumpy window from the original building in this bathroom.

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Its incognito street facing facade – black timber with white housing a garage – reflects its gritty industrial neighbourhood south of Sydney.

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