Situated in Sydney’s Northern Beaches, the Curl Curl House exploits the structural and aesthetic advantages of timber with stunning results. This Northern Beaches residence was a workout in material, time, and price efficiency. A particular project brief incorporated two sleeping rooms with built-in robes, bathroom/laundry, a wide open plan dining, kitchen, living area, along with a deck.
A shared front yard, a services easement, along with a compact site affected the type of your building envelope and permitted the designers to increase internal floor area without compromising exterior amenity. Your building responds to altering weather conditions through natural ventilation in most directions, two integral wetlands and plant life that awesome the summer time breeze, and enormous awning and timber screening to shade living areas although supplying privacy
Public spaces towards the east are separated from private spaces towards the west with a central structural zone. Built of timber studwork and clad with Brighten veneer this core benefits the service and storage needs of the house and combines corridors that link private and public areas. The longitudinal division of the house is expressed externally using the metal clad butterfly roof which collects rainwater that’s saved within an extensive sub floor bladder tank system.
Externally, stud frame walls are clad with Western Red-colored Cedar plank shiplap boards, stained black and orientated up and down. This produces a bold, modest aesthetic which contrasts using the obvious oiled Western Red-colored Cedar plank doorways and home windows, used particularly within this application because of its lightweight and sturdiness. A determining aspect in the inside may be the sinuous skylight that runs the size of your building and washes light lower the eastern exterior wall. The cisco kid cast in the uncovered LVL beams provide rhythm and interest.
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