Brighton II

An exciting and flexible house with an abundance of varied garden experiences.

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Use of continuous blade walls both horizontally and vertically combine with a discreet rear bedroom section to create a series of discovered gardens and courtyards. These differ in function and character from small to large, lush to restrained, private to public and are gently framed and integrate with natural and textured interior materials.

A long internal void connected to multiple spaces across ground and first floors result in dramatic living interiors balanced by a restrained palette of natural materials and other private and intimate areas elsewhere in the house.

Through location of the garage and access to the side of the house (rather than front), possibilities are embraced for use of the north facing front garden as the main outdoor space and an engaging streetscape elevation. 

 
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