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For this project, which was designed by DE atelier Architects and built by Ascot Building, the brief was for a contemporary design that would stand out from the crowd. The highly-experienced teams at DE atelier Architects and Ascot Building worked to successfully utilise the space in every inch of the design and build so that the house ties in with the surrounding environment and gives it a sense of spaciousness.

To help bring the outside in, a mixture of cladding materials, large windows and landscaping have been carefully incorporated into the design. This includes timber cladding and a concealed garage door, which were chosen to create a modern aesthetic to the façade of the home.

The oversized windows create sun-filled rooms, and the spacious living areas allow for a growing family to entertain regularly. The large modern kitchen with butler’s pantry has been designed to hide away clutter and maintain the sleek look that carries throughout the home. Adding to the luxurious feel, the state-of-the-art bathrooms feature a ceiling spout and large benchtops.

As well as the oversized windows, a light well in the centre of the home helps bring the outside into the home. A large pendant light, which is suspended from the first floor down to the ground floor gallery, epitomises the balance between innovation and luxury that is achieved within every space. Ideal for entertaining, a large, frameless glass bi- fold door opens out to access the large decking area.

In order to help reduce the costs of heating and cooling the house, water-saving features and high-performing windows were a must for the team at Ascot Building when constructing the home.

Ascot Building specialises in architecturally-designed homes that use innovative cladding materials and angles. The team at Ascot Building focuses on creating modern and contemporary homes that stand out from the rest. The company, started by John Toumazou in 2010, builds up to 15 homes per year throughout Melbourne’s eastern suburbs.