Alexander & Co. raids the quarry to brighten a 1990s cliffside Sydney home

While 1990s homes are not as shockingly retro as the avocado-green and burnt-orange trends of the 1970s, interiors in their second or third decade of life are usually in desperate need of a refresh.

That’s exactly what Alexander & Co.’s Shelby Griffiths and Jordan Fleming delivered in Pacific House, a 1990s concrete-framed home overlooking the ocean in Sydney, Australia. Their team, alongside principal architect Jeremy Bull, reconfigured the layout, opening up the dark interior with blond-wood and marble surfaces galore to take advantage of the stunning scenery and honor the client’s taste for classical architecture with a contemporary twist.

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