The perfect interpretation of a home where nature, hobbies and friends can be intrinsically interwoven into one harmonious residence. A place where nature isn’t a nuisance to construction but is instead welcomed into the design of the home.
Nature is figuratively and literally at the heart of the home, with the central atrium sitting as one of the star features in this abode. The atrium has a window into one of the homeowner’s passion projects, the basement car museum.
A tremendous amount of planning and engineering went into the delivery of the basement car museum with an internal car lift providing direct access from the upper car garage down to the basement, to ensure easy movability for these treasured items.
Sitting just above the entry to the basement is close to 1-metre of concrete which is holding the generous swim-spa on the upper level.
The home features many concealed doors, cleverly hidden by intricate joinery which encourages the inhabitants to enjoy the room they’re in at the present moment.
The floating central roof guides the eye across the expansive living and dining space to the terrace which boasts breathtaking views of Canberra.