Bayview House

This dual occupancy dwelling was conceived of as two volumes, one atop the other to maximize desirable living areas, views and efficiency, as well as to appear as one dwelling from the street.

The client desired a generous ground floor home with fernery and garden access, and a top dwelling for their children, cantilevered beyond the ground floor with sweeping views of the city.

A play with organic materials and textures on the façade, as well as a mix of simple volumes distinguishes this house from its surrounds; through the use of materials such as terracotta, off-form concrete and galvanized framework, the home is well integrated with the landscape.

Location BondiYear 2013

MHN Design Union acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land on which we operate, the Gadigal people of the Eora nation and their Elders past, present, and future.