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Modernist Inspired Residence

May 25, 2011 Stylish Houses

Architectural design and absolute privacy await at this stunning 10 acre property (approximately) in The Cups area of the Mornington Peninsula’s wild ocean coast just moments from St Andrews and Gunnamatta beaches and three premier golf courses. Superb modernist inspired residence built to the highest standards from limestone, timber and glass offers four bedrooms, three bathrooms, plunge pool and a short drive to Sorrento Village and Red Hill wineries. Additional features include hydronic heating, solar hot water and rain water tanks, double lock up garage and carport. Read More

Mediterranean Dream House in Ibiza

The astonishing Ibiza in Spain was the perfect place to construct the bright Casa Jondal. Occupying 380 square meters, the residence captures the barrier between Spanish rustic style elements of architecture and modern design elements. Two large volumes were adjoined to shape a structure that displays concrete bricks on the outside and ceramic bricks on the inside. The first volume shelters the master bedroom filled with natural light, while the second volume comprises the exceptional guest bedroom. Read More

Kangaroo Valley House

May 20, 2011 Stylish Houses

The geometry of the house is simply orthogonal, forming quietly arranged spaces within a dramatic natural landscape. The house is made up of a family of containers, roofed and open to the sky. Read More

The Mash House

May 18, 2011 Stylish Houses

The original deep and dark, double-fronted Victorian house have been refurbishment by Andrew Maynard Architects to creates a functional living home that celebrates the backyard as a focal point. Called the Mash House, located in the suburban site of North Fitzroy, Melbourne, Australia. This home is a sustainable exercise in modern house renovation, where the concept was driven by obtaining passive efficiency, via shrewd siting and orientation. High quality insulation, ample double-glazing and in-slab heating all combine to fullfil the young family yearned. Read More

Butler House

Nestled within the undulated roofline of one of Fitzroy’s famed MacRobertson warehouses, sits a roof terrace with a difference – complete with canopy and turf. This, the vertical and architectural pinnacle of the Butler House, fills the void that effects so many inner-city dwellings – a lack of outdoor space. Further to this, the warehouse apartment had a number of innate thermal and acoustic shortcomings – making it less-than-ideal for occupancy by a family with 2 rambunctious young boys. Balancing intimacy with privacy came to be a significant consideration for this young family and is achieved via shrewd adaptability of spaces. Read More