Dream home in Australia, which won the award for 2015
The dream home, which we present you today bears the name Planchonella. It is a work of the architect Jesse Bennet. It is located in the midst of the lush nature of the Northern Queensland. The tropical climate plays an important role for the character of the House. Because of the challenge, which is this, almost everything here has been worked out by hand.
Scurrility and simplicity feature the character of this architecture. We take the design as an example, which ensures the stability of the building. It is squeezed between two concrete slabs. These are however not exactly. You bend and show curves, which correspond to the topography of the area. When building a house they used passive and low technological sustainability strategies. They provide sufficient insulation and comfort with regard to the specific climate conditions. It is interesting that this sustainability mechanisms can be adapted by the inhabitants. It is intended that they thus find a response to climate change.
Sustainable architecture by Jesse Bennet
In harmony with the nature
This dream home has an L-shaped floor plan. It divided into two wings. The bedrooms are in the one. In the other are the laundry, work and guest rooms. The living areas are located at the intersection between the two parts of the building.
Enjoy the surrounding countryside from the terrace
The Justice of this strange, but great Australian dream home is pretty steep. Yes, you made the best of it. The courtyard is of course protected. Here you can sit for hours on the great grass and enjoy the surrounding nature.
A building that becomes more beautiful with time
Finally we would particularly turn to two terms. These are: Dream House and sustainability. More specifically, we want to see how both are related. For modern people, a building can be to the dream house only if it was built sustainably and in harmony with the nature. So one is this one. On the one hand, it features many sustainable mechanisms for water and energy supply. So you can save much of it. Continue to the architects made an aesthetic value here of sustainability. This is characteristic of the modern term “Dream home”.
A sustainable Designhaus
Kitchen and dining room
Designer furniture made of natural wood
Floor to ceiling Windows
In other words, beauty and comfort in the eyes of modern inhabitants are external, but also moral categories. It belongs to the modern luxury to pay attention more and more to.
Dream House and sustainability
Exterior staircases in metal and wood
Bright ambience with a homely character
Wooden Wall shelves
Behind it is a cosy bedroom
Lush green plants decorate the dream home
Domestic work room
The bathroom is very modern and homely furnished
Wash basin made of solid wood
Ground level shower
Elegant black shower faucet
Placed freestanding bathtub next to the window
Walk-in closet – every woman’s dream
Residential plan sketch