Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Kew House by Sean Godsell, Australia

I saw the Kew House on tv (Roland Theron in Australia) and I was surprised from the simplicity and functionality of this project. Unfortunately I didn't find better photos, maybe the plan is the more explicative. The architect, Sean Godsell, designed this house for his family following the Japanese philosophy, using a platform and only modular pieces. The space is mainly divided from a central wall in a living (divisible from movable walls) and in a more privat side with two bedroom, an office and a bathroom (all closable with movable walls). The kitchen is at the end of the central wall, fronting one of the short sides where a long-long table stand against a corten steel wall - corten steel is the characterizing material of the building. The other short side has a wide view toward the city of Melbourne.

3D model and Ground floor plan



Dining table and corten steel wall

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