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Engaging the scenery

This low-lying residence reveals its scenic charms by degrees – the design optimises comfortable living as well as interaction with the rustic setting

This low-lying residence reveals its scenic charms by degrees – the design optimises comfortable living as well as interaction with the rustic setting

This single-level residence, by Sumich Architects, comprises three stepped pavilions and linking spaces. The design provides multiple exit points and maximises outdoor living areas.

Engaging the scenery

Single Storey Black & White House - Whitford House by Sumich Architects - DigsDigs

Engaging the scenery

This low-lying residence reveals its scenic charms by degrees – the design optimises comfortable living as well as interaction with the rustic setting

Engaging the scenery

This low-lying residence reveals its scenic charms by degrees – the design optimises comfortable living as well as interaction with the rustic setting

Engaging the scenery

This low-lying residence reveals its scenic charms by degrees – the design optimises comfortable living as well as interaction with the rustic setting

Engaging the scenery

This low-lying residence reveals its scenic charms by degrees – the design optimises comfortable living as well as interaction with the rustic setting

Engaging the scenery

This low-lying residence reveals its scenic charms by degrees – the design optimises comfortable living as well as interaction with the rustic setting

Engaging the scenery

With so much natural light pouring into the family room pavilion, the upper windows have been double glazed to limit heat transferral at thi.

Engaging the scenery

This low-lying residence reveals its scenic charms by degrees – the design optimises comfortable living as well as interaction with the rustic setting