In order to create a secondary dwelling directly facing the existing home from opposite boundaries, the landscape is designed to link the two residences. The formal language of the timber decking allows seating for different times of the day, utilising the existing trees for shade.
The new dwelling opens up toward the large palms, giving guests uninterrupted views from the bedroom and kitchen. A polished concrete floor for all rooms will afford the house consistency in temperature. It is a bold and calming surface that will compliment the softer furnishings, and the kitchen’s plywood cabinetry.
Guest House, Landscape