Studio Brent Lee

Studio Brent Lee is an architectural & interior design studio based out of Sydney, Australia whose work spans internationally in locations like Doha, Qatar and Joshua Tree, California

The studio’s approach to an interior space or building is refined, leaving only the necessary structure and furnishings while applying finishes that seamlessly flow throughout the building or space. The materials Studio Brent Lee appreciates to work with are natural and timeless, materials that have been used for centuries both for their aesthetic and functional qualities. The result of this material appreciation is a neutral and naturalistic palette that’s further enhanced by natural light and shadows.

Complimenting the studio’s natural palette of material choices is a select set of furnishings ranging from mid-century to contemporary designer pieces to in-house designed furnishings made especially for the settings they’re placed.

Hinterland House

The house has floor to ceiling pivoting wooden doors that allow extensive views to the surrounding bush land while also allowing one to let the outside in or venture outside themselves. The master bedroom and bathroom flow together creating a sense of intimacy between the spaces. Behind a lime plastered wall is the living area, fireplace and staircase leading to the rooftop garden that offers elevated views of the remote Australian landscape surrounding the propert

Natural materials such as limestone and lime plaster are applied throughout the residential building creating a sense of unity

MT Townhouse

A refined approach was taken when designing the interior. Softening wooden arched windows soak the spaces with natural light while the lime plastered floors, walls and ceilings subtly diffuse the sun rays. In-house designed furniture has been implemented into the design with a travertine dining table producing a sculptural piece in the kitchen while Jean Prouvé and Charlotte Perriand inspired lounge setting and bed allow the townhouse to flow floor to floor

Kangaroo Valley House

Natural materials such as stone, wood and lime plaster recur throughout the residence instilling a sense of serenity. A sunken bathtub and freestanding wash basin each have a suspended tap inspired by waterfalls within the dense bush land region

The master bathroom’s sunken bath looks out to the vine-covered private courtyard where the only access to this hideaway is via the master bedroom’s arched wooden doorway