Designed in 2012 by Tanner Kibble Denton Architects, this contemporary two-storey single household residence is located in Mosman, Sydney, Australia.
Description by Tanner Kibble Denton Architects An in depth new home within the properly established Mosman space on Sydney’s Decrease North Shore, this undertaking absolutely explores the connection between indoor and outside. The primary dwelling area opens seamlessly to a degree garden and pool, framed with dense landscaping. Adjoining the interior dwelling area is the loggia, which operates superbly as an undercover outside area. The room consists of an outside fi re and could be protected with retractable louvres and cavity sliding flyscreen panels. The robust darkish painted timber type of the higher degree floats over the primary dwelling area, supported on slim metal flats, and sealed with nearly clear sheets of frameless glass. Interiors make use of stone, timber flooring, timber veneer and a muted paint scheme that permits the house owners artwork assortment so as to add to the structure. Go to Tanner Kibble Denton Architects