Join Tim Ross for a intimate afternoon in the Wahroonga House, a 1960s home reimagined by Tom Mark Henry. Following on for his critically acclaimed ABC documentary Designing A Legacy, he presents a brand new live show that looks at design, memories and the Australian home.
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Wahroonga House by Tom Mark Henry.
From Tom Mark Henry:
Drawing upon the site’s architectural period and surrounding bushland, Wahroonga House is an example of mid-century modern design, referencing the warmth and playfulness of Palm Springs balanced with a laid-back sense of sophistication.
The sinuous flow from exterior to interior induces an earthy interior balanced by the site’s laid-back Australian modernist architecture. The core of the house, including the kitchen, living and dining space has been designed as the heart of the home, featuring white painted timber lined ceilings with triangular structural beams which reference the strong, clean lines of modernist design. It is the surrounding bushland that governs the interior material palette – the use of rich golden brown hues and the deep forest green cabinetry complement the site’s natural bushland of flora and fauna creating a unified space from the inside out.
For more information on the house visit their website here.
Images by Damian Bennett.