The Amalfi Residence situated on the Isle of Capri, Australia, conveys a way of perpetual freedom in the midst of a residential island. The two storey riverfront house was constructed for the architect and his household as a dynamic assortment of areas that includes each indoor and outside areas. Designed by Bayden Goddard Design Architects (BGD Architects), the home includes a vibrant facade that protects the inhabitant’s privateness and gives a glimpse into the fashionable structure discovered behind closed door.
The bottom of the home has quick access to the river close by and options one other water factor that expresses the household’s love for water: a 25m lap pool turns into the defining border between outdoors and inside areas. Materials differentiated by texture and type have been used to create a spectacular and trendy design: off-type concrete and polished concrete, recycled timber columns and timber cladding, flat render and heavy stucco render and honed and polished stones. Natural mild creates brilliant entertaining oasis all through the home and completes the superb structure.
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