Citriodora House by Seeley Architects
Citriodora House is designed by Seeley Architects and it is located in Anglesea, Australia. Its name is inspired from the threes that surround the property.
The roof of the house is mimicking the shape of the wind pruned coastal vegetation, this is not the only element that helps the building to integrate into the nature. Even if the construction ensures privacy with its massive concrete walls it has also large open spaces that offer views to the sky. The project was carefully designed in order to use the opportunities offered by the site.
The house is nestled on a small hill, between two houses. Due to its position it captures beautifuls coastal views. On the entry space can be seen the staircase spine formed by two concrete massive in-situ walls. Specifique youthful on this floor are found a TV nook, a pool table. Separated from the private space that includes the master bedroom, study, bathroom, guest bedroom) there are the kitchen and the living room, through large windows can be admired amazing views. The color pallete is simple and in time it will develop a patina.