Australian architecture firm Matt William Architects He recently built this insulated structure, Dolphin Sands StudioWhich captured the hearts of its residents due to the open view of the Australian nature. Yes, we are on the other side of the world, between four walls (made of cork, and therefore environmentally friendly) that guard the dwelling in Great Oyster Baytowards a peninsula Fresenite. The owners were looking for an outdoor space to instantly enjoy the surrounding landscape.
Before starting the project, the plot was a crossroads of steep sand dunes with pristine vegetation. Thus, “the first step was to evaluate and select the locations for the studio and future housing,” the designers said. Then the planning evolved around the concept of necessary services: building a private road, a water tank, a new electricity network, and a drainage system. But the flaws in the terrain had to be minimized. The designers then created the Surefoot base system, eliminating the use of concrete. Black limestone slabs, used for flooring, add a nice thermal mass within an airtight and insulated enclosure.
Cork wallcovering has been created with a variable, eco-friendly texture that gives dynamics to the environment. Unknowingly, it enriches the living experience and gives life an imaginary link between indoor and outdoor, between indoors and outdoors, which, in its compact size, also protects the workspace. Dolphin Sands Studio He wants to be a space metaphor for life. Suffice it to say that in order to cross Tasmania and get home, you have to take a winding road with obstacles. Does that remind us of anything?
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