Walls tear, bend and converge in this sleek loft apartment interior housed in a former butter factory, in West Melbourne, Australia, by Adrian Amore Architects.
A sculptural stair sits at the converging point in the space, twisting substantially, and soaring up towards a recreational roof deck which overlooks the city of Melbourne.
The original apartment contained a steel truss which sliced by way of its centre, polarising, and its removal, with each other with the removal of the existing roof generated accessible space for addition bedrooms.
A monochrome palate of white on white with charcoal and black, plays with the abundant organic light which is drawn in from the large north facing windows and ceiling void.
An essentially open ground floor program is defined by bending, wrapping walls which include a bathroom, laundry and storage spaces.
Sliding doors further develop the chance for expanding or containing, depending on how the ground floor space is employed, whether it be as a studio, bedroom or for entertaining.
Photography by Fraser Marsden.