This home is small in size but designed to feel large and open. The large glass windows bring in the surrounding environment and the high ceilings in the living space open the place up to feel larger than life. This home is designed to allow the natural integration of a garage into multiple sections of the house depending on its location or orientation. This home can be used as a bach or a family residence, either would be a great architectural, four bedroom choice.
Designed with a unique side profile with its gull-wing roof-line this home accommodates families with its extensive storage and integrated study. The open living has a high rafter ceiling with two overhead windows as pictured above. Families can enjoy the use of an outdoor fire as well the optional bar window in the kitchen, making entertaining at home fun and exciting for all.
This is a modular home with a strong entry. All bedrooms and bathrooms are designed to pick up the morning sun while the outdoors and living areas are positioned to pick up sun throughout the day. The outdoor living between the garage and house is sheltered, has an outdoor fireplace and works great for evening entertaining. Both the carport and the nearby outdoor living areas can be closed in as rooms. With so much flexibility, this home is a great choice.
This home captures both modern and traditional architecture with its defined outlines bonding both into a strong, appealing home. The layout of this home is designed around simple lines, dual outdoor living and the general flow of modern living. The garage allows for a private and sheltered backyard and depending on the section, this home can be flipped, mirrored or rotated to suit.
Two main wings provide the basic layout of this home. The bedroom wing is longer and provides the perfect shelter and privacy to the outdoor living and lawn space. By having the living wing set at an angle the kitchen and dining are positioned in the morning sun. The angle also gives a very sheltered outdoor living space between wings and a view angle from the lounge which reaches out into the property. This home could give your section the edge you’re looking to create.
This is a narrow home designed to have all rooms facing the same way. This makes it easy if you have a great lawn, a view or just want all rooms to get the same amount of sun throughout the day. Something nice about this home is the glass doors and overhead window in the garage, making this large space usable for parties, games room and more. The dual outdoor living gives an option to end the day around a back-to-back fireplace, all while enjoying the evening sunset.
Designed specifically for narrow sections, however wider sections will just enlarge the outdoor living space which is a great bonus. This home has a number of things going for it, such as the grand covered entry, the dual lounges and the high ceilings in both lounges and the dining. Fixed sun shades provide not only practical uses, but an architectural, aesthetic finish to the home. A variation of claddings can be used to give you the desired look or the materials you love.
A standout architectural home, especially with its use of cladding. The timber is positioned in the voids just like the flesh of a fruit when cut, while the metal wraps around the exterior like an organic skin. The shape of the home however, is very abstract. The layout is comprised of two wings with bedrooms on each end, this is to give the bedrooms great morning sun coverage. The lounge and living are positioned to make the most of sunlight right throughout the day.
Designed as a compact home with a small footprint and narrow in width. The home includes everything one needs in a modern home and can be suited to a large number of sections. The change in exterior shapes allows for two cladding types to be used and look great while doing so. The hallway of this home can also be extended to add another room or brought in to make it a two bedroom home. Your money is well spent on a cost effective, yet architectural home with this new home design.
This home is semi symmetrical in shape, looks great with its length and includes very separate bedrooms. All bathroom plumbing is condensed in one location which keeps the pipework simple. The scullery is cleverly located as you walk in from the garage and through the laundry making grocery shopping a breeze. The living layout is simple yet effective and depending on the day, wind or time, you can pick your outdoor spot of choice which are both sheltered in design. This is a home with lots to offer!
This home captures both classic and modern design elements. Two main pavilions wrapped in traditional board and batten cladding, louvre detailed gables and a stone finish chimney, gives this home real character. The full height glazing, minimal overhang and chimney cap, bring this home into modern territory. The layout makes the most of the natural sun path and provides dual outdoor living options. Other features include a separate office, a separate master, a scullery and plenty of storage. If you’re looking for a plan that feels like home, this is it!
The Home is a modern styled home with a smart layout. From the moment you step inside the foyer, your eyes will face a small tree garden, facing north, framed by a full height window. The master enjoys its own private wing off the foyer with an ensuite to die for. Some nice features in this design include the scullery, high ceilings in the living and master with overhead glazing for a light living space, a study nook, plenty of storage, a workbench and a large laundry. If you like modern styled homes, this is a design you cannot pass on!
This is a home designed with a lot of features. If you work from home, the office with direct access to both the foyer and toilet will be a great advantage. The master includes a large walk-in wardrobe and an ensuite with its own bath. A large scullery with direct access to the garage makes grocery shopping that little bit easier. The main living has high ceilings and high glazing with metal sunshade louvres for maximum comfort. A big advantage of this home is the expansive outdoor living space cover with optional built-in louvres for sun and rain control. If you have a section with a view, this home will help you capture and enjoy it!
Classic gable ends with louvre detailing and modern concrete extrusions are just the start of this architectural home. Timber weatherboards split by vertical battens gives the classic weatherboard cladding a more sophisticated look. Inside, minimum hallways are used to save on space and rooms are positioned to make use of the natural sunlight path. Some features include the open study with close-off doors, the integrated scullery, the back to back bathrooms and the covered outdoor living space, positioned for midday to evening light. This home makes a great family home that may just stand the test of time.
This home has a simple, effective layout with exterior styling that looks good from all angles, including the street. The skewed floor plan allows for both a morning and afternoon outdoor living space, following the sun path. An inbuilt pergola also gives overhead cover options. A nice feature of this home is the scullery with direct access from the garage, making grocery shopping a breeze. The mono roof angle allows an overhead window in both the living and ensuite to capture the first light each morning. If you’re looking for a home design that has all bases covered, this could just tick your boxs!