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Brisbane-based mostly studio Richard Kirk Architect has made the Tinbeerwah Residence.
Finished in 2011, this contemporary semi-rural retreat is located in the Sunshine Coast hinterland, north of Brisbane, Australia.
Tinbeerwah Residence by Richard Kirk Architect:
“The Chamberlain Residence is a semi-rural retreat found in the Sunshine Coast hinterland for an international Consumer.
Siting of the residence has been carefully regarded as to react to environmental situations, and to handle the transition from the developed landscape of the residence to the natural bushland beyond. The central axis of the home is oriented North-South which aligns towards Mount Tinbeerwah – a landmark for the area.
The design of the residence continues RKA’s commitment to simplicity of type and preparing. There is a fantastic emphasis on materials attributes, with a shared dedication among the Consumer and Architect to generate a residence that will age and increase in excess of time.
The palette of external resources consists largely of off-white cement render, zinc panels and Western Red Cedar cladding which are permitted to climate naturally.
Bespoke New Guinea Rosewood timber joinery and Silver Ash timber panelling provide warmth to the interior spaces.”
Images courtesy of Richard Kirk Architect