Tuesday, 21 December 2010

Residential project " House for S & P" by australian Architect, Bligh Voller Nield

An awesome residential project " House for S & P" by australian based Architect, Bligh Voller Nield. This residential project was completed in 2003, sited in the centre of a corner block. The architect doin this project for a proffesional couple, that has proffesion as a sailor and gardener. See from the image shown that the houses design is influenced by the client desire to make boat house and garden pavilion. A western aspect to a river view is compensated by an unusually large site with remnants of an old established garden.

The house has a "Z" shaped in plan to get the best advantage of the views. Upper level bedrooms similarly enjoy both prospects. A painted “fibro” box containing bedrooms at the upper level offers protection to lower level indoor and outdoor living spaces. Conventional domestic construction is manipulated for an elegant expression including a folded, floating wall with adjustable vertical louvers for western sun screening.

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