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Guest house in Australia with enthusiastic façade of glass and wood
The firm Tonkin Zouleïkhâ Greer Architects has designed in collaboration with the design studio Paul Rolfe Architects a guest house in Australia. The guest house offers accommodation for journalists, wine and travel distributors. It was built on the site of an old house that burned in 2009. The house is equipped with a large glass facade and wooden blinds adjusted automatically. The architects have deliberately led the construction of beautiful vineyards. You can dine on the terrace landscape painting with a glass of wine. Two walls of the stainless steel construction to maintain the structure together. Despite the modern form of the building has a rustic facade - including through the use of wood. In this way, the house is part of the environment and traditional architecture.
Guest house in Australia delighted with a cozy interior
In the guest house in Australia feels like home. The warm atmosphere is created on the walls with wood panels. Panels zigzag separate living room and dining room in the hallway. A wall of this room is made entirely of glass. Large sliding doors create a seamless connection between inside and outside. The bedrooms and bathrooms are on the first floor - wood blinds offer privacy.
Tonkin Zouleïkhâ is a renowned architectural firm in Australia. Since its inception in 1987, its popularity has grown steadily. They offer creative projects for private homes and public buildings, which attract attention to themselves with certainty.
Paul Rolfe Architects office is in New Zealand, which specializes in original projects with a traditional flavor. You will always find new and creative use of local materials.
Ample front window
Guest house with wood paneling
Wooden ceiling - open living space
The dining room overlooking the vineyard
Wooden facade - modern guest house
House plan - top view
Distribution in the house