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Wildcoast / FGR Architects

FGR Architects has brought the best of simple, minimalist design to Wildcoast Road, Portsea, by creating a rectangular module home that effortlessly stands out amongst the establishment. The design is meticulous and considerate where upon first look, the family residence appears to be floating, as it sits perched on a crest. The unique land typology allows for a six-meter cantilever before gently cascading. The unique engineering behavior of the build informs its considered design approach. A core central module stabilizes the two parts of the unique linear structure that is precisely 30 meters in length and 11 meters wide.

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Architects: FGR Architects

Location: Portsea, Australia

Lead Architects: Feras Raffoul, Williams Liau
Area: 340.0 m2

Project Year: 2016

Photographs: Peter Bennetts

Civil And Structural Engineer: Intrax

Interior: FGR Architects

Contractor: Prestige by Simonds Family

© Peter Bennetts

Text description provided by the architects. FGR Architects has brought the best of simple, minimalist design to Wildcoast Road, Portsea, by creating a rectangular module home that effortlessly stands out amongst the establishment. The design is meticulous and considerate where upon first look, the family residence appears to be floating, as it sits perched on a crest. The unique land typology allows for a six-meter cantilever before gently cascadi...
Source: Archdaily
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