From its position on top of a hill, this large bungalow designed by Guz Architects has commanding views of the Unesco World Heritage Site of the Botanic Gardens.
The architect made use of large cantilevers and horizontal planes to make the building float and give it lightness when viewed from the road.
Upon entry, the rear conceals a sunken courtyard and pool to allow light into the basement. A human scale and comfort is achieved through the use of warm materials and allowance for cross ventilation. Here, photovoltaic cells cover the attic roof.