The extended perspective to Port Phillip Bay is the obvious view for this raised parcel of land along Coburn Avenue, McCrae. The intrigue is where that same breathtaking view is offered again through reflections in solid and clear glazing. The spatial design affords the bay view to extend all the way to the street facing study space. Here a portrait window rises beyond the façade, a gesture that allows the trees atop Arthurs Seat to conclude. The private street façade offers a balance of forms inspired by modernist and mid-century architecture for its simplicity and calmness.
With full regard to sustainable practices and generational design, Vibe Design Group has long embraced Biophilic Design Principles that seeks connection with the natural world – embracing a human desire to feel linked to the environment and in turn enhancing our daily living experiences.
Location: McCrae, Mornington Peninsula
Floor Area: 432m2
Outdoor Area: 118m2
Photography: Jack Lovel
Materials and Finishes
Scyon Matrix Cladding, Black Aluminium Window Frames, Glazed Panels, Timber Battens, Timber Veneer