The Two Pavilions House By Tom Robertson Architects

Tom Robertson Architects have designed the 'Two Pavilions House', a modern home that sits on property along Victorian coastline of Australia. #Architecture #ModernHouse #Australia

Photography by Lillie Thompson

 

Tom Robertson Architects have designed the ‘Two Pavilions House’, a modern home that sits on property along the Victorian coastline of Australia.

 

The property was previously housing a prefabricated 70s kit home, but has now been replaced by a weekend retreat for three generations, that has a central breezeway to allow the family to share the connection to the landscape together.

Tom Robertson Architects have designed the 'Two Pavilions House', a modern home that sits on property along Victorian coastline of Australia. #Architecture #ModernHouse #AustralianArchitecture

Photography by Lillie Thompson

The house has an exterior of Blackbutt shiplap, which helps to keep the house to have a simple, minimal, and warm aesthetic, that enables the family to focus on relaxation.


This modern house has an exterior of Blackbutt shiplap, which helps to keep the house to have a simple, minimal, and warm aesthetic, that enables the family to focus on relaxation. #Blackbutt #WoodExterior #ModernHouse #Architecture

Photography by Lillie Thompson

The Blackbutt shiplap continues through to the ceiling on the interior of the home, while burnished concrete has been used for the flooring.


This modern house interior features a Blackbutt shiplap ceiling and burnished concrete flooring. #ConcreteFloor #DarkConcreteFloor #Flooring #WoodCeiling #Shiplap #ModernInterior

Photography by Lillie Thompson

The main social areas of the home are all open plan, with the living room, dining room and kitchen all sharing the same space.


This dining room features a burnished concrete floor and a Blackbutt shiplap ceiling. #Shiplap #DiningRoom #ConcreteFloor

Photography by Lillie Thompson

The dining and living areas open up to a wood deck that has sweeping views of the coastline and water beyond.


The dining and living areas of this modern house open up to a wood deck that has sweeping views of the coastline and water beyond. #ModernInteriorDesign #WhiteBrick #BlackFireplace #Deck #SlidingGlassDoors #WoodCeiling

Photography by Lillie Thompson

In the kitchen, minimalist white cabinets have been combined with touches of exposed wood shelving, which are both a strong contrast to the dark flooring and window frame.


In this kitchen, minimalist white cabinets have been combined with touches of exposed wood shelving, which are both a strong contrast to the dark flooring and window frame. #ModernKitchen #MinimalistKitchen #KitchenDesign #WhiteKitchen

Photography by Lillie Thompson

In the bedroom, the furnishings have been kept simple yet comfortable, and a sliding glass door opens to the deck.


In this modern bedroom, the furnishings have been kept simple yet comfortable, and a sliding glass door opens to the deck. #ModernBedroom #BedroomDesign

Photography by Lillie Thompson

In the bathroom, a wood vanity adds a natural touch to the mostly white space.


In this modern bathroom, a wood vanity adds a natural touch to the mostly white space. #ModernBathroom #WoodVanity

Photography by Lillie Thompson

Square tiles have been used to cover the walls, while a freestanding white bathtub is positioned to take advantage of the views out of the window.


Square tiles have been used to cover the walls in this bathroom, while a freestanding white bathtub is positioned to take advantage of the views out of the window. #ModernBathroom #SquareTiles #FreestandingBathTub

Photography by Lillie Thompson | Architects: Tom Robertson Architects | Project Team: Tom Robertson, David Ascroft | Styling: Jessica Lillico | Production: The Local Project

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