This is a residence located on the 13th Beach Golf Course Estate in Connerwarre, Australia. It’s a split level home with a total surface of 309.5 square meters. It was designed and built by Bespoke Architects in 2017 and there’s a lot worth mentioning about this project. First of all, all the views are beautiful. We’re saying all because the house is facing the sand dunes towards the south, has a courtyard to the east with views towards a tree reserve and also opens up to the golf course while the northern wing is oriented towards the street.
The design of the house was in part dictated by the local restrictions which required setbacks on all four sides as well as a limited palette of materials used on the exterior of the building. In order to follow these guidelines and to also be able to offer their clients the mid-century modern home that they desired, the architects chose to give the house a reverse skin and by that we mean that they made the interior walls out of concrete and they covered the exterior walls in ash wood.