Smart Home

Smart Home

Architect
Green Sheep Collective
Location
Seddon Victoria, Australia
Project Year
2016
Category
Private Houses
Emma Cross Photographer
Product Spec Sheet

ElementBrand
ManufacturersEdison Light Globes
Openable skylights Velux
SuppliersAll Timber Windows
Ceiling fans (Futura 48) Beacon lighting
ManufacturersLivos Australia
110mm ship lap timber - External Cladding ,New Deck 80 - Decking Radial Timbers

Product Spec Sheet
Manufacturers
Openable skylights
by Velux
Suppliers
Ceiling fans (Futura 48)
Manufacturers
110mm ship lap timber - External Cladding ,New Deck 80 - Decking

Smart Home

Green Sheep Collective as Architects

This design included adding an open plan living, dining and kitchen to an existing heritage home in Seddon. It seeks to make smart, effective use of very tight spaces.

 

A mezzanine over the pantry and study nook utilises the volume created by the cathedral ceiling, while large openable skylights increase the perception of light and space, and double as 'thermal chimneys' to assist natural ventilation processes in summer.

 

Storage is integrated into built-in dining seating, while the study can easily be closed off by operating a large sliding door. The mezzanine stair is also integrated into this space, where it can slide in and out of a bookshelf.

 

Brick planter boxes are located directly outside windows to bring the garden closer to the house, and allow for a herb garden directly outside the kitchen window.

 

Material Used:

1. Timber windows - All Timber Windows

2. Openable skylights - Velux

3. Kunos Oil – Floor + cabinetry finish - Livos

4. 110mm ship lap timber - External Cladding – Radial Timbers

5. New Deck 80 - Decking – Radial Timbers

6. Recycled red bricks – Cladding - Austral

7. LED lights + globes

8. Akril Splashback - Akril

9. Flexo Rubber Flooring (Colour Ocean Road CTR201) - Signature Floorcoverings Pty. Ltd.

10. Ceiling fans (Futura 48) - Beacon Lighting

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