Tucked away along Sydney's Northern Beaches, this breathtaking luxury residence personifies the perfect private retreat.
A private oasis, this Sydney property offers it's owners a retreat that is Japanese minimalist, natural and calm. This impressive retreat was designed by Koichi Takada Architects.
Featuring sandstone walls, timber look screening and floor to ceiling glass walls and windows, the property is open and connected with it's natural surrounds.
Paradoxically, the house is also built with the resident's privacy in mind, with floating timber-look screens running alongside the length of the of the property, creating a private and secluded retreat from neighbours.
The proximity to the water made timber look aluminium Ever Art Wood® a natural choice for it's durability, with 30 x 85 profile battens mounted to 100 x 100 posts in Kuri-Masame used for the screening.
The entrance also features timber look 12 x 100 Ever Art Wood® planks used for the garage door.
As featured in:
- Vogue Exclusive: tour Jennifer Hawkins' waterfront retreat
- Vogue Living Australia, Jan/Feb 2018 Issue
- Habitus Living: Modernist Architecture And Australiana Collide
- Koichi Takada Projects - The Waterfront Retreat
Ever Art Wood
Textured battens and planks
Performs well when tested to AS/NZ 1530.3 (spread of flame / index 0) and AS/NZ 3837-1998 (result / Group 1)