Modern Home Office Design Ideas
Bedrooms two and three, which both have built-in cupboards and doors leading out onto the balcony.
The second bathroom with a bath, shower and vanity top with a basin.
A separate toilet with a washbasin.
This is a large, four-bedroom house ideal for entertaining. All the living areas and bedrooms are north facing to capture maximum light and sun during the cooler seasons.
Entry is from the east adjacent to the double garage.
A wooden-deck walkway with a dry-packed stone wall, set at an angle along the one side, leads to the front door, which is covered by a concrete slab.
The staircase to the first floor leads off the double-volume lobby. A glass front door, double-volume window and skylight provide natural light in the lobby and on the staircase.
The angle of the lobby, staircase and studio creates unusual spaces. The angles are carried through from the entrance walkway and driveway to the covered patio and balconies on the opposite side of the house.
There are windows only on the ground floor of the southern facade so as to provide maximum privacy from the bedrooms on the first floor to neighbours on the southern boundary.
The lobby leads to the garage, guest toilet, studio and lounge. The studio has a door to the wooden deck that surrounds the covered patio and forms a walkway along the front of the house.