Dublin Street House

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This home sits on a sloping site above Queenstown with spectacular views south to the Remarkable Ranges, to Bowen Peak and to the town and the lake below.   The client requested a house unlike many of the other monolithic plaster houses in the neighbourhood.

It is a dark textured cedar house formed by inter-linked parallelograms that hugs the perimeter of the site to maximise the space to the north of the house.  It has dramatic panoramic views to the south and sun filled courtyards on the north that borrow the green space of the adjoining reserve. The oblique angled planes allow it to capture views in many directions.

The interior is unpredictable.  A triangular room with cedar clad walls forms an extension to the outside courtyard. A Flash of bright orange is revealed at the snug core of the house.  A small double height space  in the living room captures the view to  the tall mountains beyond.   Meanwhile the house has remarkable privacy within its suburban context.

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Dublin Street House

This home sits on a sloping site above Queenstown with spectacular views south to the Remarkable Ranges, to Bowen Peak and to the town and the lake below.   The client requested a house unlike many of the other monolithic plaster houses in the neighbourhood.

It is a dark textured cedar house formed by inter-linked parallelograms that hugs the perimeter of the site to maximise the space to the north of the house.  It has dramatic panoramic views to the south and sun filled courtyards on the north that borrow the green space of the adjoining reserve. The oblique angled planes allow it to capture views in many directions.

The interior is unpredictable.  A triangular room with cedar clad walls forms an extension to the outside courtyard. A Flash of bright orange is revealed at the snug core of the house.  A small double height space  in the living room captures the view to  the tall mountains beyond.   Meanwhile the house has remarkable privacy within its suburban context.

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Dublin Street House

This home sits on a sloping site above Queenstown with spectacular views south to the Remarkable Ranges, to Bowen Peak and to the town and the lake below.   The client requested a house unlike many of the other monolithic plaster houses in the neighbourhood.

It is a dark textured cedar house formed by inter-linked parallelograms that hugs the perimeter of the site to maximise the space to the north of the house.  It has dramatic panoramic views to the south and sun filled courtyards on the north that borrow the green space of the adjoining reserve. The oblique angled planes allow it to capture views in many directions.

The interior is unpredictable.  A triangular room with cedar clad walls forms an extension to the outside courtyard. A Flash of bright orange is revealed at the snug core of the house.  A small double height space  in the living room captures the view to  the tall mountains beyond.   Meanwhile the house has remarkable privacy within its suburban context.

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