Sunny House

Sunny House

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WYK Architecture designed Sunny House, a classic modern design that meets the needs of a busy family with substantial areas for entertaining family and friends.

Capturing the light throughout the day as it changes the mood of the living areas, the focus of this home is around the pool and alfresco areas that integrate with the kitchen area for a seamless indoor-outdoor living experience.

The major challenge with this project was accommodating the substantial fall across the site while providing a seamless transition from the front to the rear of the house.

Key Products Used

GB Smooth Pewter blockwork
Biowood external wall paneling
Superwhite Dolomite stone to fireplace

Project Details

Project Size – 350 m2
Site Area – 800 m2
Building Levels – 2
Completion Date – 2020

Project Team

Architecture      

WYK Architecture

Kathy Grigoriu founded Wyk Architecture driven by a passion for creating spaces of simplicity and elegance that inspire, excite and engage those who experience them. Through architecture, she sees design as an opportunity to change behaviour and the environment for the better.

www.wykarchitecture.com.au

Construction

Trademaster Building Group

www.trademastergroup.com.au

Photography

Dianna Snape

Dianna Snape is an Australian architectural photographer based in Melbourne, specialising in interior photography, landscape photography, and architectural photography.

www.diannasnape.com

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