The New Modern House embraces the idea of a Veranda, typical from traditional Queenslander Architecture, as it is elevated 50cm from the ground and it has a large porch surrounding it.
All of its spaces flow naturally along this platform and are punctuated by patios which mark key moments inside the house – the entrance, the transition to its social areas and the private bedrooms. They suggest a gradation from public to private spaces of the house.
The main entrance is indented from the limit wall of the terrain establishing a route along a garden which leads to an entry porch.
The pool, facing North, is away from the façade plane, involving a big pool deck/solarium. Hence accesses the tennis court, visible from master bedroom and living room.
Brick is the texture of the house, wood frames its windows and shadows the interior spaces when needed and concrete marks all the routes along the garden surrounding the house.
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