50s Twist House, Jan Juc (12/2007 - 10/2009)
The design is to create a new modern contemporary 2 storey dwelling with pool, decking and terrace areas. A shed is also proposed for the rear of the site with water storage below the driveway. The existing gently sloping site is both treed and grassed. The Ground floor of the proposal includes a double Garage, Living, Lounge, Rumpus, Kitchen, whilst the upper level encompasses 3 Bedrooms and two bathrooms.
The external materials include vertical shiplap weatherboard as the primary cladding material, dry stacked stone, rendered blockwork, spotted gum timber with penetrative oil finish (to be used for all fascias, permeable timber screens and seating around the pool), natural anodized aluminium window frames and colorbond tray deck roof. The form of the building is well articulated with material selection and placement enhancing the various elements within the overall building composition. The colours chosen will be earthy, yet sleek and will be enhancing the connection between the dwelling and the site.