Lightweight sustainable architecture

By Kim McFayden 4 years agoNo Comments

Lightweight, economical and sustainable design was a commitment shared by all involved in this project in St Ives in Sydney. Built for a family of four, the simple lightweight rectangular form of the house has been designed by Lippman Partnership to take advantage of the available views and orientation, with all the living areas and bedrooms enjoying a northern aspect overlooking Garigal National Park.

 

I like the natural integration with the surrounding bushland of the national park. The real surprise is the bright yellow kitchen. What do you think?

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  ARCHITECTURE, cantilever, compressed concrete, elements, glass, inside/out connection, materials, metal, sustainable design, timber
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