Woolwich Home
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Architecture, DA, Design, Residential

This stunning waterfront home is a modern home designed to sit within the context of Hunters Hill council. The facade is a mix of natural travertine and timber battening with intentionally placed windows. Side elevations undulate in and out to add visual interest and to mirror the interior spaces.

 

The approach to the home begins with a semi-concealed underground garage with finds trailing from either side.

 

Inside, the home has been split to combat the dramatic slope towards the water. Designed for comfort, the home never encounters a staircase with more than 3 steps. The result is several living spaces each with access to the amazing views.

 

Outside, outdoor dining and living spaces feature operable louvres, while a swimming pool and retractable deck make full use of the foreshore area.