Two Halves That Make A Whole
We’re Talking About The two Halves House in Victoria, Australia
The Two Halves House is the brainchild of Australia-based firm, Moloney Architects. This family home looks like it was split in two— from the outside, it looks like different standalone structures rather than a single unit. While they look like two separate pavilions, they join together forming one harmonious living unit. The upper level, or the “higher half” of the house serves as the sleeping areas / bedrooms, while the lower half houses the kitchen, living area and garage.
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The material palette is minimal and raw from the outside, but warm and refined on the inside. Naturally fire-resistant Blackbutt is used for the exterior cladding and windows, and light-toned birch ply is used to line the interior walls and ceilings. A custom-designed steel and Paperock island bench reflects the angles of the split form, including a raked ceiling and skylight that encourages you to look up as well as out.
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