Located on the Aireys Inlet, Victoria, Australia, the Aireys Home by Byrne Architects has a privileged location high on a cliff, overlooking the ocean. The water, sand and gravel tracks were all elements that inspired the design and style strategy: “Central to the idea are suggestions of fluidity and exploration. Our aim was to emulate the fluid and permeable environment. There is no front or back, and the house is entered from numerous levels. The landscape undulates and continues around the house“, explained the architects.
Aireys Home is structured on 3 levels, even though “both ground and very first floor are split at important moments to take benefit of views and connect back to the landscape. A basement houses a three vehicle garage, workshop and wine cellar. There are three bedrooms at ground level, with the master bedroom, living and kitchen on the 1st floor. The wedge kind barricades the developing and garden from violent winds from the south, although framing views to the ocean and across the hills to Lorne in the distance.” Natural red Ironbark cladding was employed extensively each inside and out. All rooms are spacious and vibrant, inspiring a beach-style, carefree ambiance. [Pictures by: Shannon McGrath]
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