Arthouse Swanbourne
Hartree + Associates Architects
Swanbourne, WA, Australia

Photography Rob Frith
Project Specification
Project Name: Arthouse Swanbourne
Project Type: Residential ,
Location: Swanbourne, WA, Australia
Project Year: 2018 ,
Photographer: Rob Frith
Builder: Gransden Construction ,

From The Architect

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, and the display of a growing art collection. The concept was developed to generate interesting relationships; firstly, with the expansive views and climate (freedom and a link to nature); and secondly, a framed outlook to intimate gardens and artworks (connection to people and experiences). The key to the project’s success is the agility of the terrace as a filter between primary living spaces and the outdoors; sliding glass panels and an operable roof are configured to expand or contract in response to the elements – a 365-day useable space and heart of the home. A north facing strip window lights up the 8m high entry gallery; a volume that unfurls playfully to introduce the sky and emphasise relaxed coastal living.

Arthouse Swanbourne by Hartree + Associates Architects is nominated for the 2019 Western Australian Architecture Awards – for more information on award-nominated project and the awards night held on the 28th of June, please visit the Western Australian Architecture Awards website.

Arthouse Swanbourne Hartree Associates Architects Rob Frith
And Secondly, A Framed Outlook To Intimate Gardens And Artworks (connection To People And Experiences).
Firstly, With The Expansive Views And Climate (freedom And A Link To Nature
The Key To The Project’s Success Is The Agility Of The Terrace As A Filter Between Primary Living Spaces And The O
Located According To Priority For Privacy, Views, Protection From Harsh Weather
256 Marine Pde Cottesloe Hartree And Associates Architects
Access To Natural Light And Breezes, And The Display Of A Growing Art Collection.
The Concept Was Developed To Generate Interesting Relationships
Sliding Glass Panels And An Operable Roof Are Configured To Expand Or Contract In Response To The Elements
A 365 Day Useable Space And Heart Of The Home

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Published 15 May, 2019
Photography  Rob Frith
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