Open concept remains an architectural standard with the CplusC Architectural Workshop Castlecrag residence demonstrating no shortage in breezy seamless spaces. The home is designed around the kitchen, which is an fundamental area for any budding family.
The box abode uses natural materials like timber and brick throughout to add character to the otherwise clean-cut silhouettes. The vertical wood slants not only provide the illusion of height, but add structure and durability to the home. The kitchen overlooks the backyard and opens onto the patio, providing seamless transitions when entertaining guests. The long narrow pool is the ideal way to cool off from the sizzling Australian heat.
While the areas open to guests are kept airy and unobstructed, the bedrooms are nestled secretly on the second floor. The CplusC Architectural Workshop Castlecrag residence shows minimalism doesn't have to mean cold and sterile.
CplusC Architectural Workshop Castlecrag Residence is Stunning
Shiori Mine — June 17, 2012 — Art & Design
References: cplusc.au & contemporist