Located within a private oceanfront community established in the 19th century, this Hamptons house is for a young couple looking for a home that would accommodate their growing family and reflect their modern lifestyle.
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Steel screens and profiled-metal cladding and roofs accentuate the heavy metal theme, while cedar to the north and the street elevation softens the house as a neighbourly presence in the street.
The Hahei house also has the ability to transform with the use of sliding screens which open and close for the changing weather as well as manipulating the spaces for privacy or openness.
Gray Puksand has completed a $1.8 million residential project at 42 Coles Street, in the Melbourne suburb of Brighton. Completed in February 2017, this unconventional house was designed by Robert Puksand, Founding Partner at Gray Puksand, as his family home.
This AIA award-winning Sonoma retreat reinterprets the wonderful spaces of the original Spanish haciendas of Mission-Era California using a truly modern vocabulary. Situated in the Valley of the Moon between the historic Sonoma Plaza to the southeast and Jack London’s former estate to the west
The existing house was a three bedroom Californian bungalow with a lean-to at the rear in which the owners lived for a few years before the renovation. The brief was to make the living spaces more suitable for a young family by resolving the awkward layout and providing a better connection to the outside.