Contemporary condo constructing designed in 2009 by Andrew Burges Architects situated in Sydney, Australia.
Description by Andrew Burges Architects Positioned on the harbours edge, we designed the edge for this boathouse with weight and solidity to create a cavernous high quality to the inside that’s distinct from the encompassing light-weight timber boathouse buildings. The boathouse was a part of a seven degree construction containing P flats on a steeply sloping website in Point Piper. We designed all of the condo plans to slowly reveal after which open to the harbour and panorama past, and related the interiors to their very own terraced backyard or carved outside room on the harbour. Moving down the seven ranges of the condominium constructing, supplies change from the refined to the strong. On the foreshore we’ve chosen supplies which have a historical past of weathering efficiently within the extra public buildings of the waterfront â€“ sandstone, tough sawn concrete, and recycled timber. In the compact flooring plan of the boathouse, we orchestrated sudden experiences of scale, with the boat-like scale of the toilet opening right into a bathe inside a 5m excessive mild shaft.
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