Roda Outdoor furniture, Ocean views, Tamarama Beach

Tamarama House

Working against a breathtaking, ocean for as-far-as-the-eye-can-see backdrop and within a non-linear floor plan, Decus Interiors proposed to create a city-meets-beach residence for an adventurous family of 4.

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Luigi Rosselli, Library, Fireplace, Black Steel windows, Rafters, Beams, Linen window furnishings, Vintage, Robyn Cosgrove 'Tartan' rug

Fairlight House

The brief to Decus Interiors for this family home could be summarised in two words: ‘informal formality’. Cognisant of the northern beaches location set against bushland we set a clear intention to avoid creating an archetypal ‘Beachy’ home.

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Decus Cremone Home living room interior

Cremorne House 02

The crux of the brief for the interiors on a Queen-Anne style home renovation and extension was for the home to feel ‘lived in, warm, inviting and “Non-designery”.

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Decus Point Piper residence living room interior

Point Piper House

Standing on the balcony of this magnificent harbour-side home you’d be forgiven for thinking you were standing on the deck of an ocean liner. A dignified family home re-designed by Luigi Rosselli from 3 separate apartments into a single dwelling, the spaces are seamlessly configured to handle the needs of an active family of 5 and the occasional cocktail party for 100.

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Decus Tamarama apartment living room interior

Tamarama Apartment

Situated at one of the most magical locations of any project we’ve worked on, this apartment occupies half a floor of a building that elegantly hugs the coastline. It feels as though you could dive straight from the balcony into Tamarama`s crystalline waters.

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Decus Sydney house Living room interior

Sydney House

The brief for this residence was an exercise in improvisation – to fully furnish the unoccupied home with just two weeks` notice and two days of preparation. The result is an exploration in modern geometricity.

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Decus Cremorne home interior living room

Cremorne House 01

Luigi Rosselli graciously revived this grand residence on Sydney Harbour, adding to it, amongst other things, a wildly unique birdcage lift. A fascinating mixture of palettes and textures consisting of timbers, brass, steel and stone, unifies the interior and adds warmth.

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Decus Bellevue Home Sitting room Interior

Bellevue Hill 02

Originally designed by William Hardy Wilson and reinvented by Luigi Rosselli, this elegant family home presides over Bellevue Hill, embodying both modernity and tradition. The color palette is subtle with textural elements introduced through rugs and natural fibre furnishings, while the considered placement of furniture acts to create intimate nooks in unusual spaces.

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Decus Bellevue Hill 02 Home living room+informal seating interiors

Bellevue Hill 01

The brief for this 1930’s Californian-style bungalow, elegantly revived by Luigi Rosselli, emphasized theatrical, informal elements. Ultimately however, the space had to be utilitarian and hardy enough to serve an energetic household of five.

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Decus Bronte beach home Stairs + hallway + dining room interiors

Bronte Beach

This majestic residence sits high above the coastline of Bronte Beach. Designed by Luigi Rosselli, the sinuous curves of the structural exterior are contrasted with strong symmetrical elements within. Sculptural pieces function as both furniture and artwork, while dyadic exchanges of black and white are broken up with bold punctuations of color.

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