Eco-Conscious Woollahra Residence 11 in Sydney, Australia

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

The design team at Grove Architects are responsible for creating the beautiful Woollahra House 11 residing in Sydney Australia.

The modest multi level abode sports an open floor plan allowing the inside elements to flow nicely with the surrounding the environment. The home was designed for a mature couple and features an individual work space along with a separate bedroom suite to house guests comfortably. Of course what would such a Zen like experience be without your own yoga studio within your home? The house also does its part to preserve as well capturing all rainwater into 24,000 liters of storage tanks which provide all the hot water and space heating via a rooftop solar thermal array. The home also has a large herb and  vegetable garden.

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