The Cloud is truly captivating, liveable and quirky and that ‘something different’ you’ve been searching for. Designed for the subtropical climate and inspired by Pacific Island bungalows and their thatch roofs. The Cloud home features weatherboard cladding, lofty cathedral VJ lined ceilings, rustic timber beams, recycled timber shelving and colonial window’ and doors.
Perhaps the most impressive feature is the floating mezzanine hideaway that has been constructed from recycled timber floor boards and where you can enjoy uninterrupted views to the north from high up above. The cosy yet surprisingly spacious four-bedroom home has an unconventional IT space that ustilises the space under the stairs and a discreet built in bed nook on the Mezzanine level.
This design affords and an abundance of natural breezes to flow through the home with operable glass louvres integrated into the pitched ceilings and thoughtfully positioned to direct the cool air flow which is aided by the ‘Big Arse’ fan suspended from the living room void. The home resembles a greenhouse; multiple surrounding French doors allow for natural light and heat to penetrate the home that is absorbed by the polished concrete floors.
Stepping outside to the protected outdoor entertainment area you are captivated by a grand Queensland style wrap around veranda with an intricate timber pergola and sturdy timber posts. The driveway surface is constructed from Turf cell and creates a grass driveway which blends into the subtropical gardens which is the perfect place to relax, unwind and enjoy each other’s company.
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