Warringah House by Corben Architects
Architects: Corben Architects
Location: Warringah Road, Sidney, Australia
Area: 3,800 square foot
Photos: Alina Gozin’a
The building supplanted a little more established style single level house and must be skilfully intended to hold fast to Council’s perspective sharing strategy and guarantee negligible perspective misfortune to the neighbors behind.
The advancement is covered behind a timber secured carport entryway and metal confined passage door to the road yet then uncovers itself as you enter the site. The principle passage, two living territories and visitor wing are situated on the center level with three rooms on the upper level, the fundamental one composed as an extravagance suite. The lower level consolidates an expansive uproar/media room and store ranges.
The building is a basic rectilinear type of cement and stone work development, precisely layered with timber securing and sandstone cladding to give a present day home an emphasis on characteristic materials and clear plan standards.
The inside completions fuse American Oak timber floors to the living ranges, Serena Gray sharpened stone floors to the dissemination zones, Capricorn Walnut veneered joinery, white polyurethane organizers, Raven Caesarstone island benchtops and Nero fossil stone pieces in the bathrooms to make a contemporary, refined inside with a warm welcoming feel.
Vitality sparing alternatives were received including an operable sky facing window over the focal center permitting common light and ventilation, timber slated screens give sun control, solid floors and rooftop to give warm mass and low E coating to the outside windows and entryways.
The completed house is a fine sample of a downplayed yet lavish house that exploits a troublesome site.