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This holiday shack is located in the pristine south west of Western Australia, designed for a former member of a 1980s English pop band and now well-known Australian author and his family.
The contemporary open plan, solar passive design is nestled in between two large trees on a five acre plot in the Yallingup Hills bushland area.
Polishes concrete finishes intermix with a refined blend of steel, timber and glass and subtle LED lighting to create a home that is slick and minimalist in style, but also warm and inviting to live in and perfect for entertaining.
*Team* Architect: Marcus Browne
Drainage is often the forgotten workhorse of the building and design function. Yet drainage maintains a simple albeit vital purpose.