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Gorgeous Modern Residence Displaying a Interesting Asymmetrical Facade in Sydney

Waverley House Gorgeous Modern Residence Displaying a Interesting Asymmetrical Facade in Sydney Waverley Residence is a home with an intriguing exterior, boasting irregular shapes and details, in order to stand out and make an impression on whoever ends up seeing it. Located in Waverley, a suburb of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, this exciting project was designed by Anderson Architecture to meet the expectations of the clients who were in search of a neat, relaxing home, that favours the light and warmth of the sun, the natural ventilation and connects the inhabitants with the environment. Bright and luminous, Waverley Residence is a wonderful living environment: an uncluttered living room with high ceilings spreads ahead, connecting you with the outdoors. The kitchen is integrated into the living area, transforming the ground floor into a fluid living space.  Wood And Transparence Gorgeous Modern Residence Displaying a Interesting Asymmetrical Facade in Sydney The asymmetries define overall, the house, transforming it into a unique project. Designed respecting the principles of sustainability, the Waverley Residence is both a comfortable and friendly with the environment.”The house requires very little heating or cooling, utilising passive solar techniques, internal thermal mass and natural ventilation to maintain a comfortable, healthy indoor environment. A challenging aspect, with excessive western exposure and a large existing building to the north, helped define the lofty roof forms which capture northern light.” The interior is dominated by light colours, such as beige and white. Wood also plays an important role in defining the interior’s décor.

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  1. July 17, 2013

    Nice article. It seems that you have your own idea. Wood being an ordinary part in building houses, you combined the traditional (wood) and modern one to create a good job like what I did in this link: http://www.brejnik.ca/portfolio