This three dwelling development became our project following a land and environment court approval. Engaged to do the construction documentation and interior design, we carefully considered how this home could respond to its bushland setting.
As the house required a steel structure, our first intention was to purposefully expose each beam. Next, we designed elegant, but contextual interiors to suit potential buyers.
Each home features a suspended pool that protrudes into the surrounding bush-land, multitudes of bedrooms with walk-in-robes and ensuites, and massive open-plan living and dining spaces. Other amenities include study rooms, butlers pantries, hidden wine cellars, lift shafts with curved walls and custom joinery.