The contemporary house offers picturesque frames of nature to enjoy from the interior and dynamic architectural expression of the facade. Inspired by the pastoral setting and mindful of the harsh climate and sea wind of Werri Beach, New South Wales, Australia this contemporary home architecture consist of three linked pavilions, wrapped around a protected courtyard.
The unusual architectural expression created by Atelier Andy Carson secures 180-degree views in imaginative framed glimpses throughout the house constructed. The unique facade of the house spreads its wings on the top of the green pastoral hill in the unconditionally modern way. Interesting architectural touch is the large copper shutters which can rotate and shelter the interior from the harsh sea winds or open towards the beautiful views the large panoramic windows of the central living premise.
The interior decor arrangement of this stylish home combines the organic expression of the materials palette, the purity of the simplistic finishing which entwined with ease and grace hints of Scandinavian decor, the wooden cladding and pieces from renown brands.
The main living premises are accommodated in dynamic spatial arrangement fallowing the unique lines of the architectural construct – offering attractive corners for decoration (like the patchwork mirror composition or the fascinating lamps and lighting installations). Other small and elegant details like the owner’s contemporary art collections, or the purity of the silhouette of the wooden bird sculpture by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec for Vitra spread here-and-there throughout the house.
The bathrooms offer minimalist and somewhat robust design combinations but with clever architectural knacks that open the premises towards the beauty of the surrounding Nature, making the bathing time a unique experience. Other renown design pieces adorn the premises – a cool chill out outside place is composed of the outdoor furniture collection by Dedon. Romantic observation spot in front the majestic panoramic windows is formed by the Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec slow chair. With its barn house shape inspiration the house explores the relationship between building and landscape with a contemporary take. The house interior offers a luxurious Australian look towards the pastoral scene.