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Knockdown and rebuild in Deakin

About

Deakin

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House size: 308m2

Alfresco size: 69m2

As lovers of winter, the homeowners wanted to surround themselves with an Alpine inspired home.

The home features Nimmitabel blue rock dry stacked walls and a pool nestled into the house to allow for better protection during the winter months.

Designed by Homes by Howe

Homes by Howe, knock down rebuild, Deakin, hallway, dry stone wall on right looking down to front door, white wall and painting on left, grey tiling
Homes by Howe, knock down rebuild, Deakin, dry stone wall on right, window looking out to courtyard pool, grey tiles
Homes by Howe, knock down rebuild, Deakin, drystone wall closeup, shadows and chair

The material palette of Lawley Place is what really shines through. Dry stone walling and a rich tonal array of greys and blues lend a sense of permanence to the home. Light reflected off the enclosed pool cleverly permeates deep into the space creating different points of interest throughout the day as the light shifts and changes.

With 4 bedrooms and ample living space Lawley Place is a space for reflection, its materiality enhancing an already calming atmosphere. The alpine theme is carried through from the living space into the bedrooms with the master ensuite featuring soft grey tiling and a stand-alone bathtub.