House: 233 sqm
Garage: 42 sqm
External Paving: 233 sqm
Total area: 359 sqm
House Length: 22.6m
House Width: 17m
Construction Cost: POA
Project Home for Dockland Homes
Concrete slab on ground with a mixture of brick veneer and Scyon cladding walls
This house was commissioned by Dockland Homes seeking to develop a new contemporary project home maximising use of the available space.
Despite the small site, All Australian Architecture was able to create a spacious and open home incorporating numerous outdoor spaces, within a compact footprint.
The success behind the concept lies in the H shaped floor plan which reduces the overall depth of the home, increasing the surface area, maximising sun penetration and cross ventilation to all areas. The floor plan can be mirrored or flipped to capture a better orientation, and stepped up or down to adapt to varying site levels, all while maintaining a highly thermally efficient design.
The Clover Home can adapt effortlessly to various lifestyles and personal tastes by offering multiple design options to suit every family.
The Clover Home has been independently assessed by Efficient Living, approved thermal efficiency assessors, considering all possible orientations within two very different areas of Sydney.
The results give the Clover Home an impressive 8 Star performance rating (Sydney 2000), world's and Australia's best practice.
Project home design option 1
Project home design option 2
Project home design option 3
Clover Home - Ground Floor Plan
Contemporary bush house ...
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