Large white washed concrete blocks and contrasting directions of shiplap timber create a visually layered external form, while the optional rooftop planter boxes assist with integrating the built form into the natural environment.
Internally, the footprint of the home is a characteristically compact Architopia design without sacrificing function. The ground floor contains the functional zones primarily utilised during the day - the garage, bag drop, laundry, separate WC, and open plan living areas, while the remaining zones - bedrooms and bathroom, are located upstairs.
Throughout the home, north facing glazing has been prioritised, ensuring that the home captures plenty of natural light and performs to a high thermal standard. All areas of the home retain high levels of privacy from the street while large external sliders open up and engage the outdoor area to the rear of the home. At only 6m in height, Corner House is well suited to areas with strict building height requirements.
Like all Architopia designs, this home will effectively heat and cool itself, harvest its own rainwater, and comfortably produce enough energy for a family of five - meaning your energy bills should be next to nothing for the life of the home.