Inspired Architecture • 11-Oct-2021
Tucked away in what is otherwise suburban Freshwater, Ozone House is built on the footings of the previous cottage and sits above the earth wherever it overhangs the footprint of the old. The house steps in and out amongst the existing trees on the site so that they could be retained, engaging with the landscape on all sides. It works efficiently with the climate to avoid the need for air conditioning, and by reusing all its roof water in the house.
Architect: Matt Elkan - Matt Elkan Architect
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