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Igloo (Aureus Concept)
↑ View of Igloo from street. The shell of the building is of painted brickwork and the inner faces are hardwood cladding.
↑ Porch is detailed with cement tiles, hardwood cladding and painted brickwork. Elevated planter box is a unique touch with low maintenance Agave plantings.
↑ Street view of home showing planter box above porch.
↑ Low angle showing plantings in front of porch.
↑ A large stacker door system opens to expansive courtyard. Note glazed openings to bedrooms across passage to provide visual connection to courtyard and cross ventilation.
↑ Garden area brings green to the centre of the design. Ensuite window is discreetly located behind the maple tree.
↑ View from passage with stacker doors open. Note alfresco to left with breeze block wall for added privacy.
↑ A private central courtyard provides an excellent space for entertaining and relaxation.
↑ Large kitchen complete with walk-in pantry and island bench.
↑ Fish scale tiles accent the splashback in this Scandinavian style kitchen.
↑ An expansive view from the kitchen keeps it connected to the living spaces and outdoors.
↑ A small buffer of garden provides privacy from neighbors to the rear.
↑ The design works well with a variety of orientations. Large doors that open to the rear let in soft Easterly sun or Northern Winter sun, depending on the site or aspect available.
↑ The alfresco area provides good privacy. A breeze block wall separates the space visually from adjoining lots.
↑ The living spaces are well connected to the outdoors for excellent cross ventilation and visual interest.
↑ Dining space is located close to the kitchen.
↑ The master bedroom walks directly out onto the courtyard yet is privately located away from the rest of the house.
↑ A beautiful ensuite with large window above the bath facing onto the courtyard.
↑ The main bath room features a large window that faces a garden nook for privacy. This wet room design is both a highly functional and space efficient option.
↑ A lounge room is located at the front of the home for good acoustic separation. Opposing windows provide excellent cross ventilation.
↑ A large recess with timber shelving in the front lounge provides a beautiful space for decor.
↑ A space efficient study nook is located in the central hallway.