In this house in Bundeena, South of Sydney, bokor architecture + interiors have achieved a refined adaptation of Japanese aesthetics, fostering a cross-cultural conversation through architecture and landscape. The house occupies the crest of a sandhill on one of the last undeveloped sites in Bundeena, with sensational views to the National Park and the ocean. Inside, a simple T-shaped plan continues the Japanese inspiration with fluid circulation on the ground floor as well as the use of sliding screen doors for functional flexibility.
The house is an outstanding example of how relatively simple and inexpensive materials can be used to create an elegant interior simply through imaginative design. Julius Bokor says, “It is really important to me to think of a building getting to be comfortable
House was featured in Architecture Australia, The Financial Review and Domain. Please see the links below to read:
Words by Paul McGillick
Images by Richard Glover