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Idyllic location in the Australian town of Queenscliff provides the same residence, designed by John Wardle Architects undisturbed Living in harmony with nature. The house is open on the coast of Victoria, Australia is the architecture of taste and design.
Modern house on the coast of Australia with the open space
The typical wood-paneled facade provides Australian highlighting environmental thinking represents the coastal home offers a living area of 665 square meters, spread over 3 floors. The orientation of the house has all the rooms View over the entrance to the bay and the adjacent shoreline. Way easily classified staircase leads to the altitude, which also offers great looks landscape.
Open Day at the open coast looks beautiful
The interior of the house is maintained coastal hikes, spacious and very bright. For warmth and comfort, floors and wooden ramps carefully woven willow branches. The kitchen shines with a timeless elegance sheath Calacatta marble back panel well. Material pure brilliant white with streaks of gray-green elegant contrast röttlich-floor brown. The room is south facing and offers spectacular views of the skyline.The facade has a perfect design
Seen from the beach, the house is very spacious and open. However, with the protection of privacy, no compromise has been received - a tall fence surrounding the property. Furthermore, the design of the facade functions as a visual barrier wood unusual effective. Queenscliff Residence by John Wardle Architects has won numerous awards for architecture in 2011.
Photo by: Trevor my
Facade of house with typical asymmetric
Аussichtsterrasse offers a breathtaking view of the countryside
Queenscliff residence within
Significant contrasts in the kitchen provide visual accents
Röttlichbraunes hardwood inside
Lots of natural light floods the rooms