The Armadale Crescent residence makes the most of a north facing view across a valley to a local park with the foot print heavily influenced by the block shape.
Dion Robeson is a Perth-based architectural and interior photographer. He works with award-wining clients from large multi-national firms to leading local architectural and interior design practices. He has a great appreciation for natural light and the way it moves through well-designed spaces.
LOCATION: Perth, Western Australia
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As a compact home of 260m2, the Perth Street Residence belies its small footprint, providing a spacious and light-filled home. Following the dicta ‘form follows function’, the client’s design brief called for a simple and unpretentious architectural aesthetic using strong honest forms free of embellishment.
This is a patina of what’s West Australian, with the planter boxes painted by West Australian artists and planted with West Australian native plants.
Eagle Bay House, located in the coastal south western town of Western Australia, was designed by architect Matthew Crawford in collaboration with Rosie Burton, daughter of the owners and graduate architect. The project sees the major addition and alterations to an existing family beach house.
The projects sees the development of an inner city block to create a 4 bedroom, 3 ½ bathroom home for a young urban family. The texture and warmth of the bold masonry bedroom wing is a reference to the industrial and urban site context.
Dolce House is a newly built modern two-storey home with three bedrooms and a ground-floor open-plan kitchen, living and dining area in the inner-Northern suburb of Mount Lawley, Perth. Armed with a loose brief and their renowned modernist style, the team at Klopper & Davis Architects harnessed a strong textural material palette.