A mid-century modern shack inspired home for investment however would be lived in while the forever home was being built.
Challenges & Solutions
The site was situated in an established cul-de-sac with 2-storey neighbours, a bush reserve to the rear and had a convenient access-way to the beach. Given the sites small size and the 2-storey neighbour to the north, a sun study was critical to understand how the sun would be affected by surrounding trees and neighbours into the site. This resulted in a unique floor layout that was pushed to maximise the extents of the allowable building envelope whilst creating a private courtyard that increased the size, function and access of the living spaces.
Powder coated aluminium battens. James Hardie fine texture cladding. Austral Homestead painted brick. James Hardie Easylap cladding. Polytec 'Black Wenge' joinery. Caesarstone 'Raven' benchtop. Karndean vinvyl planks in herringbone. Easycraft VJ lining.