b'feature houseback to the future A riotous range of colours used originally onthis 21-year-old architect-designed house havebeen kept as is in a recent update. F oranapprenticearchitectitchingtheowner,completedaninteriordesign toshowhiscolours,whatbettercourse with Nanette Cameron. Says Malcolm: commission to have landed in 1987 than oneShe was fired up to take the home to a where the client was enthralled with the Postdifferent level. Selma was incredibly trusting. Modernist/Memphis style? Followers of thisSothehomewascompletelygutted,the TopFuchsia pink carpet was speciallystylewereknownforseekingalternativeslivingextendedandanotherstoreywitha coloured by Salle to complement theto the coolly functional designs of the time,void added to create a feeling of volume. classic orange 1970s sofas from Domo.expressing themselves with riotous colours,And the local interpretation of Memphis style Walls are Resene Pine Cone. fun shapes, pattern and new materials. has resulted in a blend of nautical influences, AboveArchitect Malcolm Taylortheatrical elements, a dazzling array of bright returned to update his original design.Malcolm Taylor of Xsite Architects considers himselffortunatetohavefoundsuchaPacific colours and cleverly layered, textural did you know. braveclientforhisfirstproject.Workingpaint finishes.going on in this house, says alongside fellow architect Pip Cheshire, heTheres a lot that Resene has information andhelpedrefurbishthe1960sbrickandtileMalcolm, so you can afford to be brave. inspiration on how to create paintbuilders special. It was to be just anotherNow, 21 years later, Malcolm has returned effects similar to those in this house. Visit www.resene.com/painteffects. garageadditionbutturnedintoamajorto update the homerefurbishing the aging reconfiguration and extension after Selma,kitchen, laundry and bathrooms, adding ReseneShip Cove 51'