Case Study- Project 18
Pavillion Perfection - "Finalist"
Finalist - Custom Built Homes Category 2011 Sunshine Coast / Wide Bay HIA Housing Awards
Finalist – Outdoor Project of the Year 2011 Sunshine Coast / Wide Bay HIA Housing Awards
This exquisite, architecturally designed home is a peaceful haven set amongst rainforest and the soothing sounds of constant flowing water from the nearby Obi Obi creek. It features a parents retreat, yoga shala for meditation, separate office & washroom, children's beds & games building and numerous outdoor areas.
The central living area opens onto a series of stepped decks which includes a built in entertaining area with a solid timber table, BBQ, herb garden, outdoor lounge, and trampoline set into the deck. The main bathroom features a fish pond and glass skylight to illuminate the room.
Comprising of five separate structures, this pavilion style home incorporates sustainable materials including sandstone feature walls, cypress pine exposed framing with studs being meticulously checked into top and bottom plates, texture 2000 ply, rendered block work, timber feature screens and turpentine timber floors and decks. The magnificent feature windows, shutters & doors are built from Surian Cedar and the yoga shala is lined with Glosswood cedar.
The state of the art kitchen and cabinetry throughout was constructed of solid bamboo and two pak with leather finish granite bench tops adding to the style and grace of this character filled home. The walk into the main living area is graced by a pedestrian bridge over a still pond, giving off beautiful reflections and the feeling of tranquillity to the entry of this unique family home.
Architect: John Railton