This is the second house in the Blairgowrie series by Australian architecture firm InForm Design, and much like the first, it explores the theme of coastal modernity.
Constructed largely of timber and glass, the house contains a double garage, four bedrooms, a lounge and an open-plan kitchen that doubles up as a cooking and living space. Inside, varied materials such as black aluminum doors, smoky grey oiled timber cladding, white oiled oak floors and bench tops made from both marble and steel, give the structure a rustic yet modern feel.
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- Source: Arch Daily