Baxter House

This house investigates the interaction of 3 elements: The clients, the site, and ideas we bring to the project. These elements are combined to produce an amalgam that represents equally those three principles. It’s important to us that the clients and the site are equally strong drivers of the design. For some time, our ideas have revolved around notions of liveability, spatial typologies and materiality which are combined in an exploration of how one might occupy a house. With this house we were interested in how the individual spaces ‘interacted’ with each other and the surrounding landscape, and in turn how this created a stimulating home for a family to live.

Location
Melbourne Vic Australia

Completion Date
2014

Photographer
Scott Burrows

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