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Architecture Design of East Room House

Description About The Project

East Room House designed by Loucas Zahos Architects is a bespoke architectural home carefully crafted to make one stop and marvel in the street. Indeed, complexity is integral to the structure and design for this home, create a one of a kind look and feel from facade through to the rear. Elegant in the way it ties together extensive steel, glass and natural timber accents. This final forever home creates an oasis of peace for those that traverse within.

The architecture of the traditional Queensland house was driven by a need to address specific subtropical climatic conditions. But also a necessity to adopt practical construction techniques that were responsive to the Brisbane terrain. The site of the home characterized by a gradually sloping terrain that falls away from the street. Also, this monolithic platform constructed from exposed concrete provides the base that bears the lightweight delicate interpretation of the Queensland home above.

Moreover, the house organized along a North to South circulation spine. The street frontage bears a Northern orientation. The Southern orientation reveals spectacular expansive views of the city from the main living spaces and kitchen. Besides, spaces West of the circulation spine allocated to stairs and pragmatic utility areas, shielding the Eastern living spaces from the Western aspect. Garage, guest accommodation, and additional living spaces tucked away within the lower basement level of the house below and within the platform.

Especially, sustainability considerations include the provision of 15 kw of solar panels on the roof. With the future capacity for battery storage to be added in a dedicated storeroom near the garage. Glazing is low E performance and is heavily screened on the Western facade.

The Architecture Design Project Information:

East Room House with Bespoke Architecture by Loucas Zahos Architects
The program arranged around an outdoor room located on the Eastern side of the circulation spine. It creates a central court that reveals itself from all areas of the house. Also, this outdoor room allows Eastern morning light to permeate the rear of the house, which otherwise dominated by a Southerly aspect

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East Room House with Bespoke Architecture by Loucas Zahos Architects
East Room House with Bespoke Architecture by Loucas Zahos Architects

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East Room House with Bespoke Architecture by Loucas Zahos Architects
East Room House with Bespoke Architecture by Loucas Zahos Architects
Indeed, the concrete form of the entry plane carves out spaces for living, the pool, and vertical circulation, contrast the materiality of the lightweight glass and steel pavilion above.

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East Room House with Bespoke Architecture by Loucas Zahos Architects
East Room House with Bespoke Architecture by Loucas Zahos Architects

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East Room House with Bespoke Architecture by Loucas Zahos Architects
Also, the mono – pitch sloping roof and timber – clad ceiling shelter the entire pavilion and follows the inclination of the site.
East Room House with Bespoke Architecture by Loucas Zahos Architects

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East Room House with Bespoke Architecture by Loucas Zahos Architects
East Room House with Bespoke Architecture by Loucas Zahos Architects

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East Room House with Bespoke Architecture by Loucas Zahos Architects
In addition to this, this is a cozy corner of East Room House library for the owner to enjoy books and work.

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The East Room House Gallery:

Text by the Architects: East Room House is located in an established suburb in Brisbane, Australia’s inner North – East amongst traditional character homes. Instinctively, the architecture of the house draws on queues from its vernacular context.

Photo credit: Christopher Frederick Jones | Source: Loucas Zahos Architects

For more information about this project; please contact the Architecture firm :
– Add: 34/345 Queen St, Brisbane City QLD 4000, Australia
– Tel: +61 7 3002 3444
– Email: [email protected]

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