Luigi Rosselli Architects have designed the Deck in the Canopy house in Sydney, Australia.
Description from Luigi Rosselli Architects
Set on a sloping site facing Sydney Harbour headlands, with magnificent mature Spotted Blue Gum (Corymbia citriodora), the design works with its dual frontage to produce architecture ‘in the round’. The peace fingers plan divides the open living room and kitchen and the rumpus room below, from the dwellings bedrooms, with the main stair bisecting the two. The two wings steer sight lines towards the views of the harbour, while improving the views of the neighbour behind. The first floor cantilevers over the yard, maximising the lawn area below where the clients children to play. At the rear of the site a deep black pool is said to be home to a bunyip.
Location: Mosman, NSW
Design Architect: Luigi Rosselli
Project Architects: Corrado Palleschi & James Horler
Builder: Anderson Building Contractors
Structural Consultant: Rooney and Bye Consultant Engineers
Joiner: Kitchen Trend
Landscape Architect: Susan Miles Landscape
Interior Designer: Alexandra Donohoe of Decus
Photography: Edward Birch