New South Wales

Bronte

With an offset, cantilevering top floor building form, our Bronte home offers exceptional street appeal, with finishes carefully selected to suit the local landscape.
  • 2022

    Year completed

  • 4

    Bed

  • 4

    Bath

The clients called upon Modscape to design and deliver a knockdown rebuild project to provide a home for their young family to enjoy and entertain in.

With a prominent, striking façade that utilises a combination of Barrimah sandstone installed by Stonepave and timber cladding, natural materials that reflect the coastal, beach-side nature of its location, complemented by landscaping by Stone Lotus Landscapes.

The theatre of entry begins with a full height, solid-timber pivot entry door. The visitor is greeted by a curved timber lined wall – hiding a secret powder room and pantry – which guides you through to the main living spaces.

Being in warm New South Wales, our clients were keen on maximising their outdoor living, with the layout design allowing for ease of connection to an entertaining deck from the ground floor living areas, as well as linking the lower ground floor rumpus room to the rear yard.

The master bedroom connects with the views offered from the rear of the site, down the hill. A generous bedroom leads onto to a spacious walk-in-robe, which in turn leads on to a luxurious bathroom.

The children’s bedrooms are located behind a timber screen facing onto the street, which provides a level of privacy from the public realm, while offering a fine filigree of detail to the streetscape.

bedroom with window
front of house

Project Specifications

Colorbond & Pacific Teak Timber Cladding, Double-glazed windows and doors with Interpon Powdercoat finish, Timber flooring in European Oak, Cavalier Bremworth Samurai carpet, Artedomus Maximum porcelain panel kitchen bench, Laminex Joinery, Designer Doorware hardware, Haymes Ultra Premium Expressions Low Sheen internal paint, Blackbutt decking

Credits

Location: Bronte, NSW

Status: Completed 2022

Collaborators: Stone Lotus (Landscaping)

Photography: Katherine Lu

Featured: Architecture & Design

couch in living room