Naremburn House That Shifts Volumes And Geometries

The Naremburn House was designed by Bijl Architecture in Sydney, Australia. To do justice to the design, they used changing volumes and geometries to create a variety of irregularities. Customers wanted a light-flooded interior, completely unique rooms (not square) and a place where they could “live for a long time”. With the site’s irregular landscape, subtle level changes and updated Dutch gable and cat-slide roof shapes have been incorporated which helped keep the facade nice and compact. In the rear area, a terrace and a pool extend directly from the living room, which open through floor-to-ceiling doors and windows. The changing volume heights enabled open living and unique angles in the interior.

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