bokor RES | Bundeena House

Article by: Paul McGillick This house in Bundeena, south of Sydney, is not just a subtle response to its immediate context, but also a refined adaptation of Japanese aesthetics to a particular landscape and the values of its owners. Paul McGillick sees the house as a cross-cultural conversation through architecture and landscape. Paul McGillick is a prominent, Sydney-based writer and editor in the fields of architecture, art and design.
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Bokor - Bundeena House, NSW

Not a retaining wall in sight! Bokor - Bundeena House - Planting Design by Mallee Design

Bokor - Bundeena House, NSW

Bokor - Residential - Planting Design by Mallee Design

Bokor - Bundeena House, NSW

Bokor - Bundeena House- Planting Design by Mallee Design

Bokor - Bundeena House, NSW

Upstairs, panoramic views of the ocean and landscape intensify the perception of…

Bokor - Bundeena House, NSW

In this house in Bundeena, south of Sydney, Bokor Architecture and Interiors has achieved a refined adaptation of Japanese aesthetics, fostering a cross-cultural conversation through architecture and landscape.

Bokor - Bundeena House, NSW

A covered terrace acts as an informal gathering and eating space.

Bokor - Bundeena House, NSW

In the living area, a timber-battened, soffit-like screen disguises services, while a wall of joinery inspired by the Japanese <i>tana</i> includes shelves and recesses.

Bokor - Bundeena House  NSW

Not a retaining wall in sight! Bokor - Bundeena House - Planting Design by Mallee Design

Bokor - Bundeena House NSW

Bokor - Residential - Planting Design by Mallee Design

Bokor - Bundeena House, NSW

Bokor - Bundeena House, NSW


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