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Sussex Street is a timeless interpretation of a contemporary beachside dwelling designed for a growing family with two young toddlers.

Reflecting its seaside location, this low-maintenance home makes a feature of sandy-textured exposed concrete, expanses of raw slatted timber and rustic landscaping.

The design challenge was to incorporate the family’s extensive brief in a single storey scale – accommodating high ceilings throughout, and allowing space for a rear play yard and a future pool.

This lead to a striking mix of sharp gable and flat roof forms, with a soaring double-height internal gable ceiling to showcase the north-facing living area.

An elongated white kitchen work bench dominates the open living space with soft-toned timber joineryextending wall to wall.The colour palette complements the light-filled area with neutral whites and floors of polished grey/white epoxy concrete. A feature wall of smooth-faced white brickwork defines the central fireplace and casual lounge space.

The street frontage displays sharply-defined contemporary proportions, combining sections of solid white render with a wall of vertical timber that seamlessly integrates a double garage.

An altogether stylish and timeless abode, yet with robust materials and finishes befitting the demands of a growing young family.

– Design & Build

, Melbourne

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