Designer farmers House on the coast of Sydney – Casey Brown Architecture
“On the coast were South of Sydney, the resort offers beautiful views of the gentle, green hills and a wide panorama of the sea. The basis of the customer was to have a new residence in the country, which boasts accommodation facilities for private guests and large entertainment areas. The local climate, which is characterized by strong rains and winds, as well as from the Western Sun and the need for other construction measures had to be taken into account. Only then one could guarantee that the population in the long run in the building will feel comfortable.
Carefully designed, so that it gives the place a contemporary appearance, blends the new building in shape and proportions with the immediate environment.
The designer project had as aim to build a new family house in the northwest part of the existing complex that was marked by all-time high before local houses. There was an old dairy, barns, stables and a hats, that was built around an old Morton Bay fig tree.
The designer project had as a goal to build a new family house in the northwest part of the existing complex
Traditional wooden family houses – lighting
Place of refuge on the coast of Sydney, Australia
Ground floor in the House
Now create three pavilions with gable roofs, which are connected by transitions are a series of framed types of views are evenly distributed in the building. The directions are North, West and South of the Central failure. The prospects of Ortshaft by the architect by building by a series of private rooms with different functions (kitchen, living and dining room) detained.
Simple dining area – all equipment is made of wood
The external materials were taken from the existing building and placed in a new context. Ceiling is here around local boulders, vertical black butt dry boards with opaque camp timbers, which one has to fade to a grey color and color bond.
Inside the Blackbutt strengthen floors and linen, the walls and the ceiling support, imbued with the wood, the character of the building.
Jamberoo farmhouse by Casey Brown Architecture – living area
The main Pavilion is highlighted by the dramatic high ceiling, based on softwood pole, double Rafter and pointed the truss from the rest.
Gradually expands and increases the space in the North and breathtaking views of the countryside and the coast, which can be seen on the horizon makes the area. The washroom behind the open kitchen was built as a low attic room. On large wooden sliding doors the House opens to the Northwest to a widely drawn oval-shaped veranda.”
The passage in the House – wooden fittings
A new residence in the countryside – design
Building and site plans of the designer project
layout of the design