The project is located at the south eastern suburb of Heathmont in Melbourne, Victoria. One of the design brief from the client was to avoid direct sunlight, as the client felt it was uncomfortable and destructive to furniture. The designer of the house, WOLF Architect, carefully studyed sun paths and strategically placing walls and windows accordingly. The use of highlight windows throughout the home helped with this and increased usable wall space. In fact, many of the carefully positioned windows ended up framing the surrounding natural environment as living artworks.
Thermally broken double glazed tilt and turn windows;
Thermally broken double glazed awning windows;
Thermally broken double glazed lift and slide sliding doors;
Thermally broken hinged doors;
Thermally broken bi-fold doors;
2017 – Present