Elegant new home showcases holistic spaces using Breezway Louvres
COOLBINIA, WESTERN AUSTRALIA, AUSTRALIA
This residence challenges the notion of a growing family that enjoy outdoor activities and entertaining family and friends at home on a large block that is also irregular in shape.
The approach was to separate the sleeping and living areas therefore generating an elegant building footprint consisting of two wings in lieu of a large building footprint of the neighbouring houses. By incorporating elements of outdoor activities and entertaining, Klopper and Davis Architects sought to link the two wings physically and visually using Breezway Louvres.
Breezway Louvre Windows allow for undisturbed views across a valley to a local park while providing natural ventilation. Rather than competing with the existing fabric, the house is a modern interpretation of a mid-century home with controlled selections of warm and natural materials internally and externally.