Angelo Street, South Perth 2009

A large family residence overlooking Wesley College playing fields to the city views beyond. These views resulted in an 'upside-down house' with all main living areas opening out onto a large deck that takes full advantage of the views. The house is designed in two pavilions separated by a central double story void with a central spine curved wall and skylights over.

The architecture is reminiscent of some of Frank-Lloyd Wright's 'prairie houses with large eave overhangs, and a combination of cedar, face brick and render designed as overlapping 'planes'.