A 2020 modern house #6

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Our spaces came to the rescue during Covid19. I would never say “stuck” at home. Stuck only because of international rules, local restrictions, and new safety protocols. It’s been stressful on the work and school front because suddenly our lives have stopped, uncertainty is everywhere and close to us, and limbo is real. It’s been a terrible time everywhere, and worse in highly dense areas.

Coming back from overseas, where were working, we transitioned from a tightly locked down city and a 22nd floor apartment, to our home. It was a discombobulating feeling, not least because we had this incredible nature to keep us sane, while juggling the state of the world in our minds.

This space has nurtured us, allowed the kids to adjust, taken care of our minds, helped us get sunshine and space, work out in the garden, and spend time together in between video calls, meetings and trying to juggle it all.

There’s a space and place for everything and everyone.

Long exposure in the moonlight, by my husband.
Tranquil mornings
Sleep zone, the original Lowline house down to the trims and door colour
Peekaboo view in the new area, Japanese maple in the south courtyard
Favourite twin gums. Lowline looking to addition

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