About the Home
The design brief was to design and construct a contemporary home with the main focus being on achieving a unique and individual design that would sit comfortably amongst mature, established homes in the neighbourhood. Particular attention was paid to the external facade of the home to ensure the traditional hand-made Yorkshire Clamp bricks featuring hues of brown, red, purple and yellow complemented the Radial Timber Shiplap cladding and Colorbond roofing and feature pergola in Monument. The double gable roof line also adds another layer of distinction to the home. The main living area forms the focal point of the home with its dramatic sense of space with the use of the vaulted ceiling throughout the living, dining and kitchen rising up to 4 metres in height, providing generous proportions and cultivating a sense of substantial volume to the internal structure of the home. The floor plan provides ample family accommodation with four bedrooms, two living areas and a cleverly concealed study nook behind a 1800mm pocket sliding door.