Oban House by AGUSHI

AGUSHI Builders and Workroom Layout have collaborated to total an inner city property in
South Yarra, a suburb of Melbourne, Australia.











Venture description

The client’s quick was to provide a lower maintenance modern property that utilizes a all-natural and natural materials pallet while obtaining a slightly industrial, nevertheless warm truly feel.

The home accommodates 2 residing zones, study, kitchen with butler’s pantry, 4 bedrooms with 3 bathrooms and a separate upstairs living zone. The 2 ranges of the house are accessed by a lift and the house delivers a rarity for South Yarra getting a generous 2 vehicle off street garage. Outdoors is an 8 metre pool and north east dealing with backyard, tiled alfresco area for outfoor enjoyment and discreet plant and gear region. The residence is orientated close to a central courtyard providing northern light into the 2 living areas and a smaller north courtyard filles the examine with a vivid landscaped outlook.

Externally the house is largely rendered in a Roman finished render offering a crazed patina look and has a sort of fortress appeal with only one particular front dealing with window which is covered by operable louvred screen to shield the bedroom from the harsh afternoon sun. The reduced section of the house is largely comprised of floor to ceiling windows and black Zinc cladding conceals the garage.

Internally normal and blackened American Oak is abundant in the joinery and wall paneling while European oak and travertine dominate the floor finishes. An Oak battened ceiling offers the dining and alfresco locations a distinct sense of separation from the open program style. Off kind concrete walls and structural columns, and oxidized steel cladding in bathrooms give an industrial touch with Calacutta marble offsetting this industrial truly feel with a lux enhancement.

Positioned on only 480m2 of land, this house at 370m2 of living and garage supply a very unique expertise for inner city Melbourne living. The spaces are massive without having feeling cavernous and the abundant use of glazing brings so significantly all-natural light into the house that ones feels like they are outside as significantly as they are within.

Architecture: AGUSHI and David Watson Architect
Interiors: AGUSHI and Workroom Style

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