One of the first two sustainable homes that were designed in 2009, this 2-storey house was envisaged as a pair of enjoined formations which cantilever over the landscape. The 2 main blocks are finished with contrasting materials of stonework and plaster, with an interplay between deep recesses to the windows and projecting bay windows. It is sited on a narrow plot and the living spaces are orientated towards a garden at the rear where a lap pool is tucked against the back drop palm trees and the hill beyond. It is here that a spacious patio is created, where privacy and proximity to nature reign. The project was awarded BCA's Greenmark Award Gold Plus in 2011.
Completed in 2011. GFA 1012.6m2.