Merewether Japanese architecture-inspired trophy home listed

Merewether Japanese architecture-inspired trophy home listed
Merewether Japanese architecture-inspired trophy home listed

Black House, the brand new four level Merewether home, has hit the market with $2.1 million to $2.2 million hopes. 

Built by Guy Bunder and designed by SDA with landscaping by sustainable surrounds, the just completed home on Flowerdale Avenue is inspired by Japanese architecture.

The angular lines and walls of glass are visually contrasted by an architectural element - Shou Sugi Ban charred cladding - a traditional Japanese technique where the timber is burnt to protect it. 

Merewether Japanese architecture-inspired trophy home listed

The four bedroom home features a private parents' retreat and a gas heated mineral pool, met by an alfresco entertaining area. 

It recently received a special commendation in the ‘Residential Architect – Houses (New)’ category at the 2019 Newcastle Architecture Awards.

Merewether Japanese architecture-inspired trophy home listed

The interior minimalism features of Black House include oversized windows, a 14 square metre glazed roof, concrete walls and concrete floors. 

Mark Kentwell and Jesse Wilton of PRDnationwide Newcastle/Lake Macquarie have the listing.

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