Craig Sheiles Houses have sent us pictures of One27 Grovedale, a demonstration home in Perth, Australia, designed by Mick Rule.
Taking cues from mid – century modern day architecture – ONE27 GROVEDALE explores a contemporary type which is daring in form and refined in its composition. A palette of textural supplies mixed with clean white cubist types gives an aesthetic of elegantly composed, proportioned developing forms.
This house consists of a series of straightforward intersecting and overlapping rectangular boxes with double volume heights producing dramatic spatial relationships inside of the open strategy layout. Every box gives a zoned arrangement which is organised all around a central void and staircase. Personal and shared family spaces movement from this distribution stage.
The design and style emphasizes a informal entertaining way of life incorporating open program living regions that assimilate the outside residing area. Large expanses of glass and components which extend past the developing envelope allow for the integration of nature into the indoors and the blurring of the boundaries among within and outside. Passive solar design and style principles orientate the property to the north and the massive expanses of glass let the deep penetration of winter sunlight into the interior.
Designer: Mick Rule
Builder: Craig Sheiles Houses