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The Art of Ed Org, a British illustrator best known for his...

Gap Residence by Guymer|Bailey Architects

Guymer|Bailey Architects have designed the Gap Residence in Brisbane, Australia. Description This residence in Brisbane’s western suburb, The Gap, is a home designed by architects with fervour and dedication for an architect. The house displays many creative architectural and landscape principles that distinguish the credentials and reputation of Guymer Bailey. This residence flanks a rainforest creek on a 2575 square metre level site. The residence is a long rectangular box, essentially one room deep, orientated to catch the morning sun and northeast breezes on the large verandah adjoining the living area and kitchen. The design is driven by environmental sustainability principles, through the use of materials that have a long life cycle and are low maintenance. The busy street frontage of the residence is a blank, sound-insulated wall clad in zinc-coated corrugated steel sheeting with three bands of white corrugated steel sheeting and opal polycarbonate corrugated sheetin

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