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Thompson Home by McGann Architects

Thompson Home by McGann Architects

Architects: McGann Architects
Project: Thompson Home
Location: Melbourne, Australia
Size: 423 m2
Year 2018
Photographer: The Space Cowboy Photography

This contemporary family home provides its owners with large nature light filled living and entertaining areas. A vaulted ceiling along the rear of the home maximises afternoon sunlight into the ground floor Kitchen, Dining and Living areas, while also providing a transition space to exterior entraining areas. The open tread staircase allows this nature light to filter further back into the ground floor. The design allows for both large communal areas and more private living areas for children and parents. The Thompson home includes four spacious bedrooms, two with ensuites.

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The buildings fascia incorporates clean lines that reference modernist design. The spark white render is contrasted by black aluminium window and door frames. While vertical timber battens are used to clad and conceal the Garage, soften the fascia and proving a considered backdrop for landscaping.

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