If there's one thing Australian interiors all have in common, it's the light. There's just something different about the daylight in the Southern Hemisphere; it's unlike anywhere else in the world. This is also why most interior designers down under find any way possible to let it. This stunning 1930s apartment by Tribe Studio Architects is the perfect example of a light-filled Australian home. From the moment you step inside, you're greeted with a plant-filled sunroom, followed by an open-plan living space with plywood joinery that lines every wall of the Sydney space. The neutral palette is complemented by pops of color, from the bookshelf in the living room to the blue walls in the bedroom. Scroll down to see more of this space through photos by Katherine Lu for Yellowtrace, courtesy of Tribe Studio Architects.
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