Set in the coastal bushland of Aireys Inlet, this home weaves along the block between established ironbarks, capitalizing on the bush views and northern aspect, to create a tranquil retreat.
Photographer of architecture, landscapes, lifestyle, food, travel and art work. Shooting since 1999, Derek Swalwell started working with Melbourne architects and designers. His work has since expanded to include international design firms, advertising agencies and many overseas titles. He enjoys working with great people and ideas.
Sorrento House is a coastal holiday house composed of a series of stepped pavilions reflecting the sites undulating topography. The living space, master bedroom and guest bedroom sit under the main roof plane, while a separate pavilion, linked by the deck, incorporates two further bedrooms.
This split level beach house includes three bedrooms and a lounge retreat on the lower level, and a large open plan living area and master bedroom on the upper level. A discrete timber box at the front transforms into an expansive glazed pavilion at the rear of the property.
This sleek two storey residential pavilion includes an open plan living area, study and master bedroom on the ground floor, with three kids’ bedrooms and a rumpus room on the upper floor. A large loggia adjacent to the pool includes an outdoor kitchen and open fireplace.
Architects: ONG & ONG Project: Faber House Directors: Diego Molina & Maria Arango Architecture Associate: Camilo Peláez & Tomas Jarmillo Valencia Team Members: Julius Caramat Daguio & Lim Yan Qing Location: Singapore Year 2016 Photography: Derek Swalwell Reclining within an exclusive node in western Singapore, Faber house looks perfectly suited to its lavish milieu – […]
Moving House is a new single residence in the suburban street of Kew. The house was completed in 2016 by Architects EAT, a Melbourne based architecture and interior design practice. Responding to the north facing orientation to the street, the house is designed to occupy two-third width of the site, with remaining one-third for the garden to […]