Maintaining the symmetry of its unique location, this residence forms one half of the iconic property known as “The Sisters”. Capturing the panoramic views of Sullivan’s Bay, its low-profile, open-plan design balances comfort with a sense of nature, allowing it to sit comfortably among the rolling green lawns and abundant treelines.
Subtle design motifs set this project apart: the ground floor ceiling reveals a pattern mapped accurately to the night sky’s Southern Cross. A mark of engineering flair, the carefully calculated installation of timber battens, fixed to the substrate, creates a delightful criss-cross pattern of harmonious alignment.
The strength of the build can be seen in the extensive use of Blackbutt inside and out. Masterfully graded and installed, this hard-wearing Class-1 timber retains its seamless, ‘expensive’ look while enduring the naturally wearing effects of coastal living. Truly a masterwork of contemporary coastal living.