Tree Top House by Bryant Aslop
The seaside city of Mount Martha in Melbourne, Australia is the dwelling of this contemporary two-story residence designed by Bryant Aslop architects. The Tree Top House or as it’s also identified – the Mornington Peninsula Residence, was designed round the homeowners’ ardour for meals, wine and leisure. One of the principal objectives was additionally to maximise the treetop views that stretch out past the coast.
The important thing concept round which the total design philosophy relies is that this dwelling must be a non-public haven for a semi-retired couple who need to have the ability to entertain their company in many alternative methods.
Our purchasers wished a brand new home on a bayside web site with views throughout Port Phillip Bay to the metropolis. The constructing is contained to at least one edge of the web site to keep up a robust reference to the present panorama, in addition to taking benefit of the long-distance views. A complicated weekender, the first flooring dwelling displays the purchasers love of meals, wine and entertaining. The supplies used are easy, clear and sturdy – designed to interact with the panorama because it grows and defines the property.
The decrease flooring is internalised – the muted color palette punctuated by a punch of inexperienced figuring out the cellar which varieties the core of the home. This color is echoed in the first flooring carpet as half of a lighter, airier meeting of supplies and colors.