Wrap House

Wrap House has a close affinity with the modernist project in its determined singularity of idea. Wrap House explores a strategy of surface as a device for creating a place of enclosure and light, while interacting with its context in an immediate and responsive manner. A simple surface is folded and wrapped. All internal partitions are located centrally, free from the external envelope. The internal space of the house is modulated to ebb and flow. This approach creates a new type of spatial condition that differs greatly from the homes of last century. The design of the house employs ‘access for all’ principles to allow its clients to age comfortably within it.

Location
Toorak Vic Australia

Completion Date
2003

Photographer 
Shannon McGrath

Awards
2004 AIA Victorian Architecture Awards, Winner Residential Architecture New
2004 City of Stonnington Urban Design Award, Winner Judges Award for all categories
2004 City of Stonnington Urban Design Award, Winner Best New Residential Development: Single Dwelling
2004 Australian Design Awards Winner Interior Design
2004 Interior Design Awards Australia High Commendation
2004 Dulux Colour Awards Commendation

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