Freedman House, NSW - Nouveau Architects | ArchiPro

Freedman House, NSW

Designed for the Freedmans, the house needed to be well suited to accommodate the many guests which the Freedmans will invite to their forever home yet still be a cozy, warm environment for the couple to spend the rest of their days enjoying.

The building opens up at each end to opposing mountain ranges. To the west is a long span of mountainscape which will be seen from the more private rear deck and kitchen of the house. To the east stands Yellow Rock, a breathtaking natural form soaring high into the skyline and the inspiration for the layout of the building. From the main living wing, Yellow Rock will be central to the building, is seen from the kitchen, through the twin pillared fireplace and the large span of living room glazing. 

From between the two wings, Yellow Rock will take centre stage as guests stand on the rear entertaining deck, Yellow Rock will be seen directly through the centre of each wing lined up with the external BBQ which is part of an entertainers Indoor/Outdoor kitchen consisting of a 7m length concrete designer benchtop.

Inspired by the traditional materials for Surfboards, the interior lining is a mixture of raw paulownia board and western red cedar, paying homage to an Australian way of life that brings a little bit of the ocean to this inland abode. Off-Form concrete is another feature of the design which dominates the central fireplace and feature walls in the living space and the master bedroom.

Renders by Waynoz + Partners

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