By: Zaher Architects
Year: 2016 Category: New build CreativeDirector: Sam Zaher Location: Staghorn, Byron Bay Features: Small block; Moderate budget
An U-shaped house design featuring a small open outdoor area located in the center
An interior shot of the combined living and dining area, featuring vibrant colored furniture that creates a visually pleasing ambiance.
A detailed view of the living room showcasing the carefully selected furniture and decor, emphasizing the design and functionality of each piece.
A detailed view of the kitchen area, highlighting the functional design and layout of the space, including the center island and wooden wall-mounted cabinets.
A detailed view of a section of the living room, showcasing abstract wall art and geometric pillowcases that enhance the visual appeal of the space.
An interior shot of the bathroom featuring a unique sink design and a rectangular wall-mounted mirror that enhances the functionality and aesthetic appeal of the space.
A close-up shot of the bathroom showcasing the sink area, with an indoor plant, and optimal lighting.
This project was a small block subdivision that required careful negotiation of the small street frontage. The brief was to make the home feel vast in a restricted context while also delivering a feeling of secluded isolation. The property went from having one house to a house and studio and then to a house, studio and pool.
Zaher Architects applied creative solutions to successfully create two living areas despite the irregularly-shaped block. The outcome is a warm, stylish, bright home that matches the surrounding style of property in Bangalow. Although this Staghorn house is in a high density area, privacy was a key consideration and a sense of serenity prevails as a result.