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Architecture Design of Merindah Park House

Description About The Project

Merindah Park House designed by Richard Cole Architecture, located among a large site with the endless green nature. The farmhouse designed as a place for family and friends to gather. Indeed, the living areas such as living room, dining room, patio offers a spacious and airy spaces to gather and enjoy the nature also.

On the other hand, built from dry pressed bricks, grey Ironbark, stone, concrete, steel, and glass, the house built to endure and weather beautifully over time. Also, with high levels of thermal mass and a solar passive sectional diagram, the building is highly insulated against seasonal extremes.

In addition to this, a sumptuous garden by Trish Dobson Landscape Architect perfectly complements the dwelling. It is meticulously crafted, a testament to the vision and determination of the owner and the team together for construction.

The Architecture Design Project Information:

Merindah Park House, owner-built farmhouse by Richard Cole Architecture

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Merindah Park House, owner-built farmhouse by Richard Cole Architecture
Merindah Park House, owner-built farmhouse by Richard Cole Architecture
The farmhouse spreads on a large site and is harmonious with the nature. Indeed, this house is an ideal place to relax and avoid the noisy of the city.

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Merindah Park House, owner-built farmhouse by Richard Cole Architecture
Merindah Park House, owner-built farmhouse by Richard Cole Architecture
Merindah Park House, owner-built farmhouse by Richard Cole Architecture

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Merindah Park House, owner-built farmhouse by Richard Cole Architecture
Merindah Park House, owner-built farmhouse by Richard Cole Architecture
Indeed, the garden and many trees surrounded provide cool space for this home.
Merindah Park House, owner-built farmhouse by Richard Cole Architecture

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Merindah Park House, owner-built farmhouse by Richard Cole Architecture
Merindah Park House, owner-built farmhouse by Richard Cole Architecture
Merindah Park House, owner-built farmhouse by Richard Cole Architecture
From above, the Merindah Park House is prominent with the unique design and grey facade of roof.

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Merindah Park House, owner-built farmhouse by Richard Cole Architecture
Merindah Park House, owner-built farmhouse by Richard Cole Architecture
Merindah Park House, owner-built farmhouse by Richard Cole Architecture

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Merindah Park House, owner-built farmhouse by Richard Cole Architecture
Merindah Park House, owner-built farmhouse by Richard Cole Architecture
Merindah Park House, owner-built farmhouse by Richard Cole Architecture

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Merindah Park House, owner-built farmhouse by Richard Cole Architecture
Merindah Park House, owner-built farmhouse by Richard Cole Architecture
In addition to this, the dinning area of the home designed with wooden ceiling, create warm feeling.

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Merindah Park House, owner-built farmhouse by Richard Cole Architecture
Merindah Park House, owner-built farmhouse by Richard Cole Architecture
Merindah Park House, owner-built farmhouse by Richard Cole Architecture
Besides, this is an outdoor patio with the cover to take the nature view from this home.

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Merindah Park House, owner-built farmhouse by Richard Cole Architecture
Merindah Park House, owner-built farmhouse by Richard Cole Architecture

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Merindah Park House, owner-built farmhouse by Richard Cole Architecture
Merindah Park House, owner-built farmhouse by Richard Cole Architecture
Also, the bathroom of the Merindah Park House is spacious with the white bathtub and white glazed wall.

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The plan of this Merindah Park House.

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The Merindah Park House Gallery:

Text by the Architects:  A new owner-built farmhouse in Bellawongarah, on the tablelands above Kangaroo Valley, takes cues from traditional rural building materials and forms. The splayed plan opens to the landscape and generates a serene central courtyard around which circulation paths are placed.

Photo credit: Simon Wood | Source: Richard Cole Architecture

For more information about this project; please contact the Architecture firm :
– Add: 5/57 Avalon Parade, Avalon Beach NSW 2107, Australia
– Tel: +61 2 9918 3843
– Email: [email protected]

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