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    Walls bend and curve in this Melbourne loft apartment by Adrian Amore

    Housed in a former Melbourne butter factory, the inner city apartment features dramatic staircases and a monochrome colour palate.

    Originally converted from a factory to apartments in the 1990s, architect Adrian Amore has now removed a steel truss through the centre of the building and replaced the roof to make room for additional bedrooms.

    A sculptural staircase made from steel, plywood and plaster has been constructed in the middle of the home, winding up to a recreational roof deck which overlooks the city.

    The kitchen, living room, dining room and studio are all open-plan defined by the bathroom, laundry and pantry space, which are concealed behind curving plaster walls.

    A monochrome palate of white on white with charcoal and black, plays with the abundant natural light which is drawn in from the large north facing windows and ceiling void.

    Courtesy Arch Daily

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