Architect Johann Koch recalls: ‘Their prerequisite was for a light-filled home with plenty of glass, and yet there was a need to maintain control of the interior climate. They appreciate the modern farm style / industrial design language that is supported by the estate’s aesthetic guidelines and we were encouraged to include red face brick, steel, glass and timber.
‘The clients enjoy entertaining, which drew creative focus to the format of the main living area. These interconnected spaces are ideal locations in which to host a multitude of events and the easy transition between the spaces maintains a focus on the views.’
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