Built from the bones of the existing home, this renovation is a lesson in geometry, proving great architecture requires a true master craftsman to bring it to life.
With the roof pitch being 50 degrees on one side and 19 degrees on the other and with the top floor sitting at 33 degrees off parallel with the ground floor, this home creates interesting and unique angles from all vantage points.
The newly created spaces are open and airy with lofty ceilings, and zones that attract sweeping views of the rural setting through large panel glazing. A light palette of natural materials including stone and wood give an earthy but warm feel to the interiors.
Exterior materials include Colorbond Longline 304 and Scyon weatherboard cladding to accentuate the angular nature of the geometrical design and Alpine Stone Cladding was used to soften the elevation and internal feature walls.
|Office Phone:||08 6555 3250|
|Sales Contact:||Adrian Zorzi|
|Mobile:||0409 069 929|
|Cottesloe Office:||Level 1, 29 Napoleon Street,
Cottesloe WA 6011