Key Design Features: An irregular shaped block of land is the site for this three bedroom home for a young family of four. The sites unusual shape was also a key concept ‘driver’ for this homes design - comprising of two glazed pavilions. A generous entry bridges the wedge like space between the two pavilions, The pavilion spaces themselves vary in height, with the living area having a high stud, to allow the house to be well lit and to be passively heated during winter. During Summer, the large cedar clad eave provides solar protection, and allows the ‘wall of glass’ to be opened up.
Key Building Features: The building is clad in cedar and black metal sheet, with double glazed sliding doors and polished concrete floors.