A home reinvented: a break with the past and the concurrent search for new forms of expression is the theme of this 1960's modernist home.
A brilliant balance of mid-century ideals and modern design, the reinvention of the dryandra.home provides a contemporary dwelling and lifestyle in an established bush setting.
The dryandra.home feels entirely new.
Architect Kim Bridgland of Edition Office Melbourne has thoughtfully linked the existing home to a modern, energy-efficient extension, comprising an exquisite gourmet kitchen, extensive custom joinery and flexible open living spaces which flow seamlessly out to an expansive deck and garden.
The renovations encourage a strong relationship between the landscape and daily life, as mid-century architecture traditionally intended. Form and function are central to the liveability, and a minimalist aesthetic throughout allows the narrative of the modernist home to continue - resulting in robust, beautiful outcomes.
The renovations emphasise Bridgland's influence. Pre-existing extended horizontal lines connect to new raked ceilings, allowing light to flood the home through sky windows and continuing the connection from front to back.
Clean mid-century lines, reimagined for now, are emphasised and integrated with mixed materials. Suspended concrete platforms, brass detailing, stone bench tops and expanses of glass, are unified by the natural timber floor. With layers of living beautifully communicated through detailing and emotive interiors, the dryandra.home employs its carefully contained palette to arrive at striking compositions. Home and garden are synchronous, set against the intricacy and abundance of nature, gardens and the outdoors.
Due to current government guidelines all public open homes have been cancelled, please contact Holly on 0434 973 987 or Ash on 0402 718 359 to arrange an alternative viewing option.
.features: .award winning Melbourne architect Kim Bridgland, Edition Office .lovely kitchen with Miele appliances and gas cooktop .four bedrooms .main bedroom with walk in robe and en suite .main bathroom with skylight .multiple living spaces including open plan lounge room .ducted gas heating and split system cooling unit .nectre wood heater .built in laundry .ergonomic design .reclaimed and repurposed materials, brass details .bi-fold doors leading out to a large rear deck .single garage .beautiful, quiet bush setting .landscaped garden front and back, entertaining deck and water tank .perfect position located opposite O'Connor Ridge reserve
EER 3.0 Living size: 180 m2 (approx.) Land size: 669 m2 Land value: $725 000 land rates: $4496 pa (approx.) Built: 1960 Alterations: 2015
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