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Australian Villa

Style: Australian Style

Area: 120 square meters

Address: Australia

Australian Villa (46)

Project Introduction

The City Beach house stands on The Boulevard, a wide, tree-lined drive connecting Perth’s Leederville and Wembley suburbs to the Indian Ocean. Designed in 1962 by an architect, the original dwelling is a pristine example of early 60’s West Australian modernist architecture. It features a low-pitched metal roof, Donnybrook Stone, and painted brickwork on the facade, with Jarrah floorboards and slim natural brickwork inside. Situated on a sloping site, the split-level building includes a double garage facing the street. The site aligns north-south, shielding it from strong southwesterly ocean gusts, and is 1000 meters from the beach, sheltered by adjacent trees.

The clients, a young design-conscious professional couple, wanted to extend their house into the garden to better use their private outdoor space and enhance the indoor-outdoor lifestyle. The existing house had a renovated kitchen across the back wall, which did not retain any original 1960’s features and visually blocked the living spaces from the garden. The owners of australian villa had recently built a swimming pool and wanted to make more use of it.

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