In Focus | Curatorial House by Arent & Pyke
It's little secret that we're big fans of Arent & Pyke. We've interviewed the pair here and also featured them here in past posts. One of their latest projects, Curatorial House, in collaboration with Architect Luke Moloney, is no exception - we're totally smitten! The incredible 1930's interior heavily features predominately monochrome spaces - the perfect backdrop for the owner's extensive art collection. History weaves through the home in many ways - the home was built in the style of the early-20th century movement P&O. The style, which takes its name from the Pacific and Orient cruise line, is characterised by white-painted and curved facades, mimicking the appearance of luxury ships. The organic and soft shapes are subtle nods to the era against the otherwise modern interior - old and new in perfect harmony.