This striking design by the creative team at Julie Firkin Architects features a wide range of Radial timber products to create a beautifully executed home that was built by Overend Construction a team that has used Radial Timber throughout the years.
The Split House negotiates a complex range of conditions typical of emerging coastal developments. New houses for ‘downsizers’ in a suburban mode, paved driveways and letterboxes prevail, vying for the expansive views to Port Philip Bay, and backed by the relatively wild, coastal woodland of Mt Martha Public Park.
The inspiration for this stunning house situated near Dromana beach was from owner and project manager Nathan Carr who was sick and tired of all the common brick and tile roof houses in the area, they wanted something different and unique.
The '5x4 Hayes Lane Project' is a unique, inner-city dwelling set on a tiny footprint - 5x4 meters! The entire build is designed, built and powered with passive and active eco-driven processes, materials and performance considerations.
A unique shelter designed to complement the landscape that invites the occupant to view the environs in multiple ways. Designed and built by PM Bigg Architect. Garden landscaping and rock work by the client
Inner city renovation designed by Zen Architects highlighting extensive use of Radial beveled edge screenboards of different widths. Radial screenboards used in this way create a striking contemporary feature from the street.
Another Greg Burgess designed project at Flinders on the Mornington Peninsula. This private house has won numerous Australian and international awards and features heavily in Architectural publications including the Phaidon Atlas of Contemporary World Architecture.
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