2002 - 2006
Each form carries the same restrained language of colour and natural materials – copper fascias and brass handrails, Donnybrook stone wall cladding and travertine flooring.
The house is designed along a strict proportioning system reflected in the stone tiling layout and fenestration and joinery layouts.
The fragmented form of the house and the technique of “building the house into the hill” have the effect of reducing the overall scale of the house, allowing it to sit comfortably within the existing streetscape. The external appearance of the house from the street belies its actual size.