Architect: Rod Hannah Design Group
Builder: Anderson Homes
Joinery, Interiors and Styling: Cantilever Interiors
Photography: Martina Gemmola
Artworks: Fontana by John Spiteri courtesy of Neon Parc, Curdled by Nabilah Nordin courtesy of Neon Parc and Ultrasonic Sculpture Pair by Jan Vogelpoel courtesy of Modern Times.
The Cape Schanck Home rests atop Gunnamatta Beach, encapsulated by native teatree scrub. The beauty of the landscape was truly the muse for this project, bought to life by architects Rod Hannah Design Group and Cantilever Interiors.
Walking into the home, you are greeted with floor to ceiling windows with sweeping views where farm meets coastline. The vision for this home was a vessel for connection with the immediate landscape and a home that aged slowly and gracefully. Cantilever Interiors endeavoured to continue the Australian narrative of the space by focusing on furniture designed and made in Australia, and looked no further than Kett.
The Cape Schanck Home features a range of Kett’s Australian collections designed by Justin Hutchinson. Kett draws inspiration from Victorian coastlines, defined by the distinctive colour, shape and forms of this region. In this way, the furniture featured in Cape Schanck speaks directly to the landscape around it, the curves, form and palette in gentle and familiar conversation.
This home, through architecture, materials and furniture selection – tells a love story between the owner and their landscape. A truly Victorian narrative, this contemporary Australian home celebrates coastal living and it’s a project that Kett is proud to have contributed to.
Cosh Living products featured in this project:Erskine Sofa
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