Gordon’s Bay House in Sydney, Australia by Luigi Rosselli Architects is a contemporary dream home consisting of 3 levels stacked with a 6-degree differential. Made by Luigi Rosselli Architects, primary supplies of concrete, reclaimed timber, aluminum and sandstone permit the dwelling to blend with its organic coastal surroundings.
The stone clad garage path ascends to the home which is perched on a hill. The slabs of living zones cantilever over every other so gracefully. Tough corners are non-existent, while as an alternative rounded edges prevail. Terraces are curvaceous and wrap the house enabling for endless views of the nearby bay. Brimming with flowering bushes, olive and citrus trees, as properly as vegetable and herb gardens, the landscape is expansive.
Big roof overhangs protect terraces and interiors from sunlight, although providing cooling throughout the year. Interestingly, this residence does not have air-conditioning thanks to the plentiful ventilation offered by fully retractable sliding glass doors on each and every level. In reality, this modern day dream residence is sustainable with a photovoltaic program including rainwater tanks and solar heating for hot water and pool.
A double-volume, light-drenched stairwell becomes the core of this structure, not just actually but as a showcase gallery displaying a vast collection of art. Glass railings enable light to penetrate the home from one particular side to the other. Light wood flooring keeps the vibe airy and beachy.
In the nearby living space, a dramatic convex fireplace creates interest, although surrounding furnishings of dark leather chairs trimmed with rivets, a cream-hued fabric sofa and raw wood accent table round out the relaxed space. Across the house, ribbons of exposed concrete best white walls, creating contrast and a textured aesthetic–love this!
The kitchen is resplendent with a tiled floral mosaic in pale blue and grey. This backsplash pattern is carried through to a nearby bathroom which wonderfully ties the home’s interiors collectively. A blackened brass candelabra chandelier complements the rustic wooden farm table which is surrounded by sophisticated modern white chairs.
Gordon’s Bay House is enhanced by alternating levels of concrete which seamlessly mesh together and unify into a singular modern dream residence by the sea.