【L&H設計分享】顛覆傳統的海岸住宅,澳大利亞TIDAL ARC住宅

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莫寧頓半島弗林德斯的Tidal Arc住宅,顛覆了澳大利亞海岸住宅的典型類型。住宅沒有走許多海濱住宅所設計的明亮路線,而是參考了周圍海濱環境的元素。這個重要的住宅項目由三家公司完成——Woods Bagot建築事務所、Hecker Guthrie室內設計事務所與Simone Haag家具和造型事務所。

Tidal Arc House in Flinders, Mornington Peninsula flips the stereotypical typology of an Australian coastal home on its head. Rather than go the light and bright route observed by so many beachside homes, the residence references the surrounding dark, ominous cliffs and stoic elements that comprise the coast. The significant residential project was completed between three firms – architecture by Woods Bagot, interiors by Hecker Guthrie, and furniture and styling by Simone Haag.


The 884sqm site comprises two curved volumes stacked atop one another, encompassing a palette of dark and textural timbers, stones, textiles, and refined metals. The predominance of darker materiality lends a sense of refuge and privacy.


The ground floor is built to host a crowd, with three adjacent guest bedrooms each with en suite bathrooms, and a built-in bar off the lounge room. Upstairs, the kitchen is comprised of a concealed back-kitchen and a sculptural front island around which engagement and conversation is encouraged. A subterranean basement level contains a wine room and plant room.

深珊瑚羊毛地毯等紡織品、大理石盆地、木材石材配件和家具增加了家的溫暖和堅實感。浴室裏的天然黃銅和扇形瓷磚折射外部自然光,使空間更加明亮。Tidal Arc住宅采用的單一的石灰岩化石材料,其獨特的浮雕圖案與珊瑚地質有關。

Textiles and furniture such as deep coral wool rugs, marble basins, and timber and stone accessories add warmth and solidity to the home. Natural brass accents and scalloped ceramic tiles in the bathrooms refract external natural light. Tidal Arc House is clad in a single intense fossilized limestone, its unique, embossed clamshell pattern pertaining to the coral geology.


The applied height controls of the house follow the contours of the cliff, an organic form bending from north to south to create a protective concave space for the rear courtyard garden. The zinc-clad rood tilts from east to west, providing shade in the afternoon and welcoming sunlight in the morning.