He Sydney-based Jackson Scott studioHe has been in charge of building this charming and minimalist hideaway located in lush New South Wales gardens called OCM House. The design of this unpretentious family home is part of a ecological approach to reduce waste, something we all have in mind today.
Designed and realized in a logic of sustainable development with a limited budget, this house of 97 square meters It can be considered a true architectural feat. With a simple and rectangular plan, the building has a black geometric facade and a covered terrace with warm wood floors. The building is equipped with a wrap of fiber cement panels and vertical wooden uprights that hide their joints and create exterior decorative lines.
Inside, the walls lined with plywood and the floors of polished concrete They define the aesthetics of the living areas. The organization of the house is designed according to a division of private and common spaces.
Behind the terrace, there is a large living room with glazed and modular doors, allowing residents to change the design at their convenience. On the other side there are three similar bedrooms and the bathroom.
Clean and simple, the decoration fits the style of the building. Textiles and dark carpets soften the austerity of concrete floors by its simple simplicity. The wooden furniture combined with the interior wall cladding help create harmony of the whole.