The Judges remarked “Juxtaposed against a cliff on a narrow site facing the harbour, this house eschews any of the normal formal concerns – the entry is hidden and just part of a journey that flips from private to public without modesty. This is a highly personal home for the architect and his family. Space is at a premium so boundaries are blurred rather than articulated, whilst every surface shows the mark of its makers – kids drawings adorn sandblasted glass and the ceiling has been set alight for effect. This home has the sense of both theatre and campsite – and provides a fitting backdrop for its family”
Organisationally, this home allows for both shared collective space and quiet moments of individual privacy and contemplation.
This project was built by McKee Builders.