Set among the twisting trunks of banksia and eucalypt, the Silverleaves Project exudes a relaxed holiday vibe. The home effortlessly sits within its coastal surrounds without dominating the landscape or demanding attention within the existing streetscape.
Designed to comfortably accommodate two families, the four-bedroom home provides a fluid relationship between internal and external spaces. Views of the natural habitat saturate the interior, while glass louvres and slinging doors draw cooling sea breezes across the narrow floor plate.
The house and landscape are fully integrated, providing a series of fluid living zones and a continuous dialogue between the internal spaces and surrounding environment.