Dramatic angular lines of off-form ‘ando’ style concrete and the unique v shaped design are what immediately catch your eye when you first see this striking semi-rural home located in Coopers Shoot in northern NSW.
A collaborative effort between leading Byron Bay architectural firm, Harley Graham Architects and architect Peter Carmichael, The Great Granny House was inspired by the characteristics of the building site and skilfully designed to capture the ocean views to the south whilst having prime orientation to the north.
Reflecting the off form concrete of the residence the property also features a spectacular infinity edge lap pool that provides uninterrupted views of the picturesque surroundings.
Taking advantage of a rare building opportunity and access to the availability of high-quality concrete in the area, a combination of unique materials were used in the home’s construction that include corrugated steel, off form concrete and timber, which work together to create a home that despite its contemporary design blends harmoniously with the natural surroundings.
Aligned in two wings, the main living areas are articulated around a central entry and large alfresco area and feature floor to ceiling glazing,results in inspired areas for relaxing and entertaining whilst taking in the stunning rural vista to the ocean beyond.
This is just one of the spectacular projects featured in our luxury homes annual – Custom Homes Yearbook 2019