Garden Dwelling Tempe.
Sustainable Home Architecture - Tempe - 105 sqm
The Tempe Garden Dwelling was conceived as a home architecture and design concept to exploit the increasing trend of dual occupancy. Cradle Design worked closely with Built Complete to create a building design that maximised the allowable building envelope permissible under the local planning controls. The building form echoes a simplistic vision of a traditional dwelling with gable ends, a dual-pitched roof and a regular rectangular plan form.
A simple palette of materials from inside to out informs the home design, providing a simple, clean modernist aesthetic, allowing the mind to rest and absorb the clean geometric and sometimes dynamic lines on the interior. Exposed structure informs the user of the building’s integrity and honesty. Where ever possible, materials were recycled and reused to complete this home architecture project – external cladding from a salvage yard, balustrades formed out of reinforcement mesh and faucets fashioned out of plumber's copper piping.
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