Contemporary Home in Sydney’s lower North Shore
Northbridge House II was completed by the Woollahra based studio Roth Architecture. This beautiful home has been constructed using a combination of rendered masonry, zinc cladding and polished concrete, with spotted gum flooring and details.
Photos By: Murray Fredericks
Northbridge House in Sydney, Australia, details by Roth Architecture:
“Located in an area of Sydney where the vegetation still prevails over the human footprint, Northbridge House balances the use of contemporary industrial materials within the surrounding Australian bush context.
The building’s restrained and solid street presence, opens at the rear and cascades down the sloping site. Timber is used to soften the architecture, providing texture, rhythm, balance and a device that filters light throughout the home.
Key materials: Rendered masonry, zinc cladding, spotted gum trims and details, polished concrete.”