“The texturised timber screen of Rosewood House sits as the crown jewel amongst a bold composition of strong forms. Referencing the clients’ Japanese and Scandinavian heritage, timber was used as the principal design material. The family home is linked over three levels by a dramatic staircase. Light and views become part of the interior world by situating living areas on the upper floor.”
Nurturing, sculptural, sustainable. A modern family home that embraces the inhabitants with cocooning privacy while celebrating the impressive views beyond. Rosewood House by Madeleine Blanchfield Architects.
Photography by Dave Wheeler