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Casa KDDK

Casa KDDK

Southern Chile’s harsh climate brings extended periods of rain and cold temperatures but what it lacks in sunshine, it makes up for in rugged landscapes. Casa KDDK is no exception. Its site is enveloped in lush, green meadows and dense forests. To take advantage of the views, the zinc-clad dwelling is sited on the property’s highest point, also allowing the home to attract the largest amount of natural light. These incoming rays are brought into the interior through expansive glazing and when combined with an all-white palette, create a light, airy atmosphere even in the darker, dreary seasons. The transparent facade also keeps the interior connected to the scenery year-round while iron and glass screens fold open to allow for a summer terrace in the warmer months.

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Exceptional Mid-Sized Office

Exceptional Mid-Sized Office

Surrounded largely by grass and greenery, the rear of the building opens up nicely to the west, giving you the luxury of
being able to move outside and enjoy the sunshine in what is a relatively private setting. Located on Bush Road and just
down from the Rosedale Road intersection, you and your team will be at the centre of everything with close proximity
to the highways, Albany Mega Centre and the west and east side of Albany.
This office would suit a range of different businesses, with its current layout consisting of a mix of open plan and
partitioned space, surrounded by extensive glazing to connect your staff with the outdoors. With five dedicated car parks and on street parking along Bush Road, you’ll have a car parking luxury that the majority of offices in Albany simply do not have.
Floor area: 160m²
Car parks: 5 allocated parks
Features:
– Air conditioning
– Data cabling
– Excellent natural light
– Fibre Internet
– Welcoming reception
For more information and an appointment to view this well appointed space please contact the SOLE AGENTS at NAI Harcourts today.

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Project O Cabins

Project O Cabins

After purchasing a previously uninhabited island in the Finnish Archipelago National Park, designers Aleksi Hautamaki and Milla Selkimaki began work on their rugged retreat. Project O — named for the Swedish term for island — is a pair of self-sustaining timber cabins sited on a rocky outcropping. Housing the main living spaces in one unit and a workshop and saun in the other, the shelters are powered by solar panels on the roof and utilize the surrounding sea to supply water for drainage, sinks, and toilets. Hot water, as well as heating for the floors, are sourced from the sauna’s stove. Compact interiors and a minimal aesthetic help keep the focus on the coastal landscape.

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St. Andrews Beach Villa

St. Andrews Beach Villa

Built along the sandy shores of the Mornington Peninsula, the St. Andrews Beach Villa has been a 20-year process. The first phase began in 1999 with a modest seaside shack. After the completion of the third stage, the dwelling now consists of five bedrooms, a glasshouse, a lap pool, and cabana. The passing time hasn’t just seen the expansion of the home’s footprint, but also the evolution of its materials. Wooden screens and metal cladding have developed a weathered finish, allowing the facade to become a part of the natural landscape. The interior balances out a palette rusty metal linings and reclaimed timber with a mixture of contemporary finishes while south-facing glazing affords expansive coastal vistas.

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Sooke House

Sooke House

Inspired by the neighboring fir, spruce, and cedars, the Sooke House complements the rugged scenery with an organic design. The dwelling sits on a rocky outcropping overlooking the ocean. Clad in black metal and timber, it takes on an abstract form to keep the natural terrain intact. Internally, a single concrete column emerges from the floor, resembling the surrounding tree trucks while wooden slats on the ceiling recreate the conifer branches of the forest canopy. To further emphasize the immersive experience, large glazed panels in each room capture unique views of the forest, mountains, and sea.

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Available now! Superb Office Offering

Available now! Superb Office Offering

This superb ground floor office offering is a great opportunity to secure your place within the office technical park. This economical office is ideal for businesses looking to secure a great working environment in a fantastic location. This tenancy offers open plan office with internal access to rear storage/warehouse which has a functional roller door and drive around access. With pleasant natural light coupled with an easy to access location this is sure to tick all the boxes.
Floor area: Office 63m² with additional storage warehouse 23m² (Approx.)
Car parks: 3 allocated parks
Features:
– Excellent location
– Air conditioning
– Quality office complex
– Easily accessible location
– Additional storage with internal access
– Available now!
For more information and an appointment to view this well appointed space please contact the SOLE AGENTS at NAI Harcourts today.

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Black Body Mountain Shelter

Black Body Mountain Shelter

Placed just below the summit of Dormillouse, the Black Body Mountain Shelter provides refuge for passing mountaineers. The hexagonal volume features a metal facade with a dark finish that stands out against the sea of verdant hillsides. A swiss pine interior offers a warm welcome for passing climbers and offers a table at the center and tiered platforms on either end for seating and sleeping. Flanked by two large panes of glass, its geometric form works like a telescope, keeping the focus on the summit while hikers recharge.

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Meadow Dance House

Meadow Dance House

Drawing inspiration from the region’s stone buildings and grassy marshlands, the Meadow Dance House is a modern ode to its native Ireland. The dwelling is comprised of two stack structures. Its ground floor is clad in a mixture of local yellow sandstone and grey limestone and houses the interior’s main living space. Perched above the tall grasses, the second story is covered in planks of oak and beech wood, mimicking the colors of the surrounding fields. The intersecting volumes create a double-height parlor space that leads up to the bedrooms. Floating above the meadow, the master caps the upper level and features a glass facade to catch views of the bog in the distance.

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