Chan Architecture: Concealed behind a front wall made of handcrafted bricks, the front façade of the house sits long and low on the block, a clean and modern form with sharp detailing and a palette of exposed steel, concrete-lined walls and timber battens.
As you step through the front entrance the ceiling dramatically angles towards the east, allowing natural sunlight to illuminate the main living and kitchen areas. These spaces seamlessly connect to the internal courtyard through stacker sliding doors, providing both a spacious recreational area and a source of natural light, ventilation, and a green outlook for the main living space.
Moving towards the rear is a home office with a direct view into a workshop dedicated to BMW rally cars – a life-long passion of the clients. This well-equipped workshop can house up to four BMWs and boasts a double-height space with two vehicular car hoists.
Inside, the interiors have been thoughtfully designed to provide each space with warmth and texture while maintaining clean lines with high ceilings. The materials included dark-stained timbers, natural marble stone, and a palette of neutral colours.