9 interesting connections in TIDA award-winning homes

It's not where you go it's how you get there. Secret doors, transparent inter-room views and concrete corridors are just some innovative and interesting ways these homes make important connections

Once you arrive at the entry and car court you enter through crafted in-situ concrete walls that nod back to the memory of the cedar weatherboards of the old house. Wall niches feature coloured perspex inserts.

The double height rooms come with double height windows, ensuring the interiors are flooded with light.

Reflected beauty – this internal pond connects with nature and also helps to maximise natural light within the interior.

“From the moment of entry into the foyer at the rear of the house, the space compresses and you are drawn through into the living room, with your eye focussed on the mountains and lake beyond,” says the architect.

A light well with ash timber-clad feature wall off the entry corridor includes a concealed door to the main bathroom.

A see-through gas fireplace provides a warming feature in the home.

Feature lighting adds drama to the generally strong yet pared back interior aesthetic.

The gymnasium opens to the home theatre one way and to the poolside environment the other way.

Hard to believe there is a property length basement carpark running beneath the new pool and pavilion.

Story by: Trendsideas

20 Dec, 2020

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