Church Point is the green house located in Sydney, Australia designed by UTZ-Sanby Architects.
New house on a steep block, facing east towards Pittwater. The decision to find a home up the hill toward the back of the block with the customer, already at the design stage to ensure that the homes take full advantage, privacy, views and natural vegetation on the site.
Green house is situated among the trees and supported by a series of concrete posts with steel support poles. The house has a simple layout and easy and softened by a wooden bridge meets the land behind the house. Arched steel frame bridge beams and plates, in the prow of memory and hover above the ground. As a result of the steel ladder tilted toward the door, which was painted bright red, contrasting with the green landscape.
The house is open and light, and are associated with a natural bush environment. The kitchen extends deal with the outside world and a large covered deck that allows easy open plan living and entertaining in all weather and all year round. The city is sitting quietly on-site trees and hardly visible from the road isolation, and offer protection to residents.
Category: Green House
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