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Australian-bases architect Bourne Blue Architecture have completed the Kurreki House in a small village of Seal Rocks. The name Kurreki derived from the native Worimi language which means ‘Bush Myrtle’, describe the house atmosphere as a luxury camping site.
The building focuses to the central space to minimise the amount of external glazing thus reducing the amount of expensive bushfire treatments. It improves the sense of privacy and enclosure to the outdoor living area. The surrounding internal roof edge allows protected circulation under the eaves, reduces the built form and blurs the indoor/outdoor transition. It also frames a sky view which is animated at night by the lighthouse beam passing overhead.
A wide shaded entry foyer is for storage of surfboards, hanging towels and wetsuits while a shower nearby reduces sand spreading throughout the house. The most popular space is the shady hammock deck, which receives constant use.
Construction methods and detailing are intentionally basic, for reasons of economy and working in with the local tradesmen. Steel is avoided and items such as the plastic external light fittings, were chosen both for economy and long life. Floors are polished particleboard, all joinery uses formply as a finished face. Engineering by Izzat. Photography by Brett Boardman
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