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Harbour House in Sydney by SJB Architects


This contemporary composition of boxes, clad in natural materials and
stacked together, opens directly onto Watson's Bay and a private jetty.
The view to the water is oriented to the south, so the timber-clad
butterfly roof draws in natural sunlight from the north, allowing the
building to maximise both views and light quality. The space of the
building is generous and detailed with precision to house an incredible
art collection and a large family.
harbour house in sydney by sjb architects, architecture, home decor, outdoor living
harbour house in sydney by sjb architects, architecture, home decor, outdoor living
harbour house in sydney by sjb architects, architecture, home decor, outdoor living
harbour house in sydney by sjb architects, architecture, home decor, outdoor living
harbour house in sydney by sjb architects, architecture, home decor, outdoor living
harbour house in sydney by sjb architects, architecture, home decor, outdoor living
harbour house in sydney by sjb architects, architecture, home decor, outdoor living
harbour house in sydney by sjb architects, architecture, home decor, outdoor living
harbour house in sydney by sjb architects, architecture, home decor, outdoor living
harbour house in sydney by sjb architects, architecture, home decor, outdoor living
harbour house in sydney by sjb architects, architecture, home decor, outdoor living
harbour house in sydney by sjb architects, architecture, home decor, outdoor living
harbour house in sydney by sjb architects, architecture, home decor, outdoor living
harbour house in sydney by sjb architects, architecture, home decor, outdoor living
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  • Gil S
    on Sep 3, 2013

    wow what a dream house

  • Lisa House
    on Oct 28, 2015

    I like that the interior is not all white. The colors make it feel like a home instead of a museum

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