Utilising a vertical courtyard to link levels on a steeply sloping site, this house is conceived as a suspended belvedere, maximising views, solar aspect and privacy.
With a florist and an engineer commissioning this stunning new home project, the design had to bring together two diverse residential living concepts - natural splendour and modern functionality.
The client brief was arranged into a series of layers and experiences - located according to priority for privacy, views, protection from harsh weather, access to natural light and breezes.
Hidden in an affluent coastal suburb is 'Vodka Palace', a luxurious concrete cave, tempered with natural timber finishes and primed for premium culinary, audio and visual pleasure.
EHDO Architecture has become the first interstate firm to implement the award-winning Nightingale housing model outside of Melbourne through its Nightingale Fremantle project starting late 2018.
The core idea of the design of Chauncy Street by Keen Architecture was to take full advantage of the views and northerly aspect by literally opening the house upwards and outwards.
The Claremont House by Keen Architecture is a home designed for a client that wanted a house to entertain friends and family whilst having the ability ‘lock and leave’ the house.
The brief for King George by Robeson Architects called for a modern working family home that would be respectful of the much-adored heritage cottage yet provide additions that were functional.
The Triangle House by Robeson Architects is built on a 180m2 triangular lot wedged between Hyde Park and the bustling Beaufort Street in the Western Australian suburb of Mount Lawley.