The Gaia, GO Homes

Interior Design Inspo – The Grecian Gaia

Interior design duo Studio Cult have recently completed the ‘G R E C I A N G A I A’ project for GO Homes in Jindalee. This Greek retreat has a slightly more of a lived-in, wanderer feel with textural, mid-century undertones creating a comforting, calming environment and a nod to on-trend style.

The Gaia by GO Homes is an exciting four by two with a generous scullery, theatre and alfresco area celebrating modern Australian living, while being inspired by European style. Mediterranean style is characterised by a touch of sophistication in this luxe, rustic design with a laid-back ambiance through the repetition of organic materials including jute, linen, oak and teak timber blended with earthy hues that echo the sea, sky and terrain of the Greek landscape.

“The correlation between home and nature is so important to consider when designing your home”.

– Studio Cult

Studio Cult explain “the key interior trend of 2021 which will continue for the foreseeable future is the cohesion of the built environment back to a natural landscape. The correlation between home and nature is so important to consider when designing your home”.

The interior of this display home was heavily influenced by the showstopping external elevation. Senior designer Darren Spragg said “the cascading brick forms of this Jindalee elevation are arranged to evoke oceanic feelings of waves, wind and fluidity. The brickwork has been carefully crafted with flush mortar joints and crisp Wattyl Scribbly Gum paint to give it a glimmering oceanic finish that creates an entry spectacle. The Eco Outdoor Freeform Finch stone detailing alludes to the coastlines and provides a complimentary textural counterpoint to the white brick waves”.



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