Pullbah Concept - 229.74sqm
The "Pulbah" captures views up to the sky and into the trees making you feel very much in tune with the environment. The timber boardwalk leading to the front entry is the first suggestion of what is to come.
The floor levels are split to create interesting spaces within the home, also allowing the home to float above the ground. Separate living and sleeping areas, allowing for privacy and relaxation. These areas can be closed off for thermal comfort or opened up to allow cross flow of breezes. There are a number of different decks around the home, opening off the open plan living areas, allowing you to chase the sun at different times of the day.
A servery off the galley kitchen opens directly onto one deck for outdoor entertaining. A separate flexible study space can be used as an extra bedroom for guests. Use of natural timber decking, balustrades and feature brickwork make this home a unique architectural experience.
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