Showcasing an unique architecture and style, the Leura Lane residence is a 2 bedroom residence comprised of 2 separate pavilions. The task was envisioned by Australian company Cooper Scaife Architects in Hamilton, Australia. As one approaches the developing web site, the unconventional shapes of the pavilions become far more clear. Each of the 2 volumes displays a skillion roof above a a lot more common framework finished in wood and glass.
One of the dwellings is made up of a carport and storerooms, although the other accommodates living quarters. In accordance to the architects, “the independence of these 2 pavilions offers complete versatility to orientate the carport to face the street, although the residing places of the house can be oriented north or towards favored views“. Passive layout ideas, readily obtainable materials and normal construction strategies had been used to produce an power-effective property design. [Photographs by: John Wilson]
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