The two-level house is set in a north-facing bay in Sydney’s harbour with a pristine beach immediately in front, while to the one side, the site overlooks a park. The park facade is designed as an ensemble of solid and transparent planes; a play on space, privacy and threshold. To the roadside, the house presents opaque graphite grey screens providing privacy and sound modulation. Facing the harbour, there is an open-plan living area space using internal stairs delineating the raised kitchen and family dining. The visual orientation of the living areas focusses on the garden and the harbour beyond.
Architects in Association: SAOTA and ARRCC
Photography: Adam Letch