Lagoon House by Robin Payne in Bribie Island, Australia
project: Lagoon HouseArchitects: Robin PayneLocation: Bribie Island, Queensland, AustraliaPhotographs by means of: Phill Jackson
The Lagoon house by Robin Payne is a cutting-edge seafront residence positioned on Bribie Island in Queensland, Australia, on the very entry to the main canal at the Pacific Harbor.The quick for this house became quite simple. The clients informed the architecture studio that they wanted a home with facilities regular for a five famous person inn, along with a view closer to the ocean from every room inside the residence.
The constructing layout become to reflect its subtropical area and permit for the availability of lush tropical gardens.the house has been designed on a radius to permit transition from the street alignment to the canal frontage. This has the brought benefit of visually shortening the passage from the garage to the primary living regions.
This splay has allowed for the availability of a lagoon which wraps around 3 of the 4 guest bures and separates the house from the public parkland to the west. every room has a personal terrace overlooking the lagoon and passage past.
The dwelling, kitchen and wonderful areas are surrounded with frameless glass walls which slide away to eliminate the ‘part’ among inner and outside spaces. The lagoon at this edge invitations you to seize a drink and slip into its cooling water.big cantilevers to the upper ground offer protection to the residing areas.
Cantilevered stairs lead right down to the glass enclosed basement cellar from the massive kitchen and butler’s pantry. The cellar is likewise serviced with a dumb waiter to the higher stages.A glazed field breaks through the two-storey backbone of the house and homes the stair to the higher floor main bedroom. This affords the owners with a view down the lagoon the guest rooms and southward down the passage.
–Robin PayneSource: Here