The split level design resulted with variable ceiling heights and created the feel of spaciousness to what is otherwise a house of modest size. Double height spaces are created at the entry and in the living room. The living and dining areas merge together and are separated by a split level and curved wall that forms a pod for the dining room.
Finishes of the house are modern even by today’s standard. The detailing includes shadowline junctions around doors and ceilings, aluminium sliding windows, travertine floors, exposed steelwork and white paint inside and out.
Up until a few years ago, the house was still owned and occupied by our clients, proving that although the building is almost 50 years old, the architecture is still valid.
The house was listed as a heritage item with Willoughby Council in 2020.