Project: Warrandyte House
Architects: Alexandra Buchanan Architecture
Location: Melbourne, Australia
Photographs by: Marvelle Photography
The Warrandyte House by Alexandra Buchanan Architecture
The Yarra River is usually a perennial river in east-central Victoria, Australia that will flows through Greater Melbourne before emptying into Hobsons Bay in Port Phillip. The river in addition to its surroundings are a stunning sight which has inspired a Melbourne couple to create their brand new home on a stunning bushland perch above the Yarra River. Stick with us in addition to you are going to contain the chance to learn more about the contemporary Warrandyte House completed by the Brisbane-based Alexandra Buchanan Architecture studio.
The Warrandyte House utilizes the challenges of the site to create a series of dynamic spaces that will slide & tumble with the surrounding terrain which has resulted in lots of natural light as well as stunning views of the bushland.
This particular home is usually centered around a series of cascading entertaining terraces that will shift between the Inside in addition to external surfaces spaces. Fully operable doors offer light in addition to connectivity that will can make the individual floor areas expand to spaces that will articulate views in addition to channel breezes through the house.