Kay House by Maria Gigney Architects

Kay House by Maria Gigney Architects

Architects: Maria Gigney Architects
Location: Battery Point, Tasmania, Australia
Year: 2002
Area: 3,895 square foot
Photo courtesy: Corkhill
Description:

Adjustment + increases to a current block house on the bank of Hobart’s Derwent River.

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This vaporous pavillion of steel and glass catches apparently unlimited vistas of water and sky, whilst keeping up a modest and unassuming road section.

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The lap pool is significant to the whole plan, and in watchful organization of the pool chamber coating and exquisite steel structure, an emotional play of volume and light is made. Aloof sun oriented standards were locked in to decrease vitality utilization in a structure for the most part coated.

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