contemporary residence embraces an ‘upside-down’ design, featuring a spacious
open-plan dining, kitchen, and lounge area on the first floor, while the ground
floor hosts bedrooms and bathrooms. A generous south-facing balcony extends
along the first floor, providing delightful views. The standing seam Zinc roof
on the main range complements the chosen materials harmoniously, reflecting
both durability and aesthetics.
The sloped terrain offers a unique opportunity for multi-level engagement, evident in the expansive deck that connects the upper garden levels and creates an intimate setting for outdoor dining.
Within the captivating open space, sling-braced trusses make a striking architectural statement. The sand-blasted oak, transitioning to a uniform pale straw hue, harmonizes well with other elements such as the turquoise glass splashback and painted kitchen walls.
A luminous stairwell, characterized by a continuous slot of glazing, infuses the interior with exquisite natural light while maintaining a functional appeal.
Distinguished by thoughtful design and meticulous detailing, this residence stands as an impressive and refined testament to contemporary living.
Architect: Plum Architects
Builder: IBEX Land and Property