Wallis Lake House
Matthew Woodward Architecture
Pacific Palms, on the NSW Mid-North Coast
3 Bedroom, 2 Bath, 4 Car (2 cars garaged)
200sqm floor, plus mezzanine
10.54ha (26 acres)
© Brett Boardman
205 Coomba Road is one of the finest blocks on the East Coast. The build opportunity has been answered by Matthew Woodward Architecture. The recently completed house optimises the orientation and spectacular cinematic views of the site that took years to find.
The result is sublime – the architectural design perfectly sited on the 26 acre block, captures the salt spray views of Seven Mile Beach. One can look but you won’t find a similar block on the East Coast.
Enjoying box-seat views of Wallis Lake on the NSW Mid-North Coast – whether it’s the lake-glass of sunset pinks, the salt spray ocean mists rolling over the Booti Booti National Park, or the expanse of sky horizons with Australian bush foreground, the house is designed to capture it all.
The brief was to create a house that is crafted and robust, sensibly planned while also being playfully-spirited. A place for people to come together to celebrate human existence on the land and experience the serenity of the ever changing landscape.
The home provides the opportunity for both prospect and refuge to engage comfortably with the site. Its linear forms facing a northerly aspect enjoy views towards the far extents of Wallis Lake. It captures the northern sun, and coastal sea breezes, while the forested mountain to the south protects the home against southerly winds. Cultivated landscaping and a green roof integrate the design seamlessly with the environment and provides fresh produce to support a sustainable existence on the land.
Wallis Lake House is built on the land of the Wallamba people of the Worimi nation.
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