Mount Macedon House, 2016

 

The Mount Macedon House designed by the innovative team at Field Office of Architecture features the following:

  • cantilevered box design built off a sloping site with spectacular views of the Macedon Ranges

  • corten wrapped façade with perforated mesh screening to kitchen, living and balcony

  • wrap-around balcony to main living and kitchen

  • designed in accordance with highest BAL (bushfire attack level) requirements

  • hebel panels to the external walls and floor for superior insulation and bushfire protection

  • commercial double glazed windows throughout with protective corten screening to windows

  • custom-made steel stair cases to the main living area and balcony

  • feature joinery throughout

  • roof deck with perforated mesh balustrade

  • native landscaping taking advantage of the natural contours of the site


http://www.fieldoffice.com.au/

 

 

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 photo courtesy of Field Office of Architecture

photo courtesy of Field Office of Architecture

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 view from kitchen & living room

view from kitchen & living room

 37m long x 7m wide and up to 4m high steel frame cantilevering towards macedon ranges

37m long x 7m wide and up to 4m high steel frame cantilevering towards macedon ranges