A New outdoor living area and kitchen house under a light wood and steel structure. The wood and steel shade offers protection from the harsh desert sun even as a small gap between the two brings in a healthy dose of natural light.
Move beyond this and one finds a series of corridors outside in wood that add to the setting and extend it elegantly. With a stoic and minimal exterior the residence appears contemporary from the outside. Step in and all that wood gives away to a white and cheerful double-height area that also houses the dining space and kitchen.
There are times when we can get a bit lost in the tech-savvy world around us. Each day seems like a race against the clock with little time for ourselves or the ones we love. To borrow from a great poet we definitely do not have ‘time to stand and stare’!
There is always a new world to explore between the old and the new. By blending in elements of two contrasting worlds the in northwest Fayetteville creates a fabulous new structure that is draped in wood and features an outdoor sitting zone that is brilliant and relaxing.
Despite its openness the street façade of the Long House offers ample privacy and a water pond along with the garden become safe escapes that are perfect for a lovely staycation.
The balance between different structures is spot on with each bring its own uniqueness to the harmonious space. Natural light evenly illuminates the three different individual units that make up the house and the h-shaped overall plan allows for smart transitional zones and covered walkways outside.
Set in the beautiful and just an hour’s drive away from the city of Adelaide this particular CABN unit was crafted using locally sourced wood and provides a perfect refuge for those seeking solitude.
Delve beyond the black exterior of the house and one finds an interior that is largely dominated by white. Classic décor pieces like the Eames Lounger sit snugly next to the fireplace and give the residence an air of timelessness.