This single family residence sits on a long narrow plot bound on both sides and attempts to make the most of its front façade. The balcony on the upper floor projects outwards imposingly in contrast to the recessed and more private ground floor living space, giving the overall extruding mass a suspended feel.
The house is divided into two longitudinal zones with bedrooms along one side and the common living zones along another. The living core is double height and connected throughout with all the spaces. The winding staircase along a double height wall offers privacy to the family lounge and an interesting element to the open core.
Plot area: 4,000 square feet
Built-up area: 3,400 square feet