House C3 is a structure in Sydney, Australia, designed by Campbell Architecture, experimenting between traditional form and contemporary accents. The street where the house resides is occupied by 19th century workers cottages, and Campbell Architecture wanted to maintain an unassuming exterior for the home. Its interior, however, touts many modern additions with a focus on natural light. The neutral palette is clean and minimalist, and an oval skylight is included for a bit of rococo flair. Check out the airy space above.