The west wall and entry elevation is one of protection, intrigue and interaction. From outside – insulated black panels spaced to a dual glass cladding guard for weather protection. But they are more appreciated at a sensory level, where on approach they completely fill with the reflected silhouette of the established west gardens. From inside – the panels take the form of bookshelves to the bedroom wing and bench top and storage to the kitchen, recessed and raised. They are framed with deep-set glass above, below and between, ensuring nature’s moments are never missed.
There is not a space within the home deemed principal or secondary that does not acknowledge the life that surrounds it, reflecting nature’s mood, unpredictable but always in a synchronised sway.
Location: Dromana, Mornington Peninsula
Floor Area: 796m2
Outdoor Area: 193m2
Photography: Jack Lovel
Materials and Finishes
Matt Colorbond Recessed Seam Cladding System, Galvanised Steel, Keller Window Frames, Specialised Glass, Natural Stack Stone