Designed by Adam Dettrick Architects, this contemporary single household home is located in Canberra, Australia.
Description by Adam Dettrick Architects Type follows perform on this new house in Narrabundah, with totally different actions inside the home uniquely expressed on the outside. Spatially the house is outlined by the separation of dwelling areas from sleeping areas with a central hallway. The dwelling areas open to the north on the rear, harnessing the winter solar and addressing a chic eucalypt. On the entrance they twist dramatically to the south east, catching lovely views over Scott St and throughout rolling nation in the direction of the distant Cuumbuen Nature Reserve. Partitions and roof telescope past the dwelling areas at every finish of the home to shelter outside area and supply privateness to each occupants and neighbours. Sustainability rules and easy passive design methods underpin the environmental efficiency of this residence, with good orientation, solar shading, double glazing, heavy insulation and non-poisonous supplies combining to offer yr spherical consolation and liveability. Exterior supplies are utilitarian – chosen for his or her robustness, character and financial system. Images by Michael Downes Go to Adam Dettrick Architects