Bayview House by Gartner Trovato Architects
January 19, 2010 - New South Wales
Gartner Trovato Architects have recently completed a house in Bayview, NSW, Australia. The house is located on a 1,200m2 block of land with a significant fall from the street.
The site is oddly shaped with its longest boundaries running east-west allowing for orientation to the north with magnificent views over Pittwater and surrounding area.
The design form follows the topography and shape of the land, a slender footprint allow for cross ventilation and solar access to all rooms of the house whilst maintaining views of Pittwater from every room.
The house built in a single low scale building to the street, with the remaining floors below.
Distributed into 3 floors with the main circulation space working along the south of the house as the main circulation spine.
The different levels are connected by 2 of flights of stairs and voids that overlap to enhance the sense of space.
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