Our Client requested a family home to incorporate work and play where the outdoor spaces connected with the interior.
The site is long and narrow with a dog-leg half way back, the street frontage to the north and a sewer manhole on the west. With these constraints, a decision had to be made to make the most of the eastern aspect that was available.
The home is divided into separate living and bedroom pods surrounding the pool area and all of the living areas have eastern access. The home office has been given pride of place facing north and overlooking the pool.
Much thought was given to the effective planning of service areas such as the decant room, laundry, kitchen and pantry as it is these spaces that allow the remainder of the home to always be presentable at short notice.
QBDA Regional (South West Region) Awards 2016 – Winner New Houses $751,000 - $1,000,000 Construction Cost