Australia has her share of modern mansions that envision wealth, power and good taste. And the Quedjinup is no different. Conferring on the outside the classical “A” shape of a house which kids draw when they are little, this modern mansion houses beautifully designed interior which vibrate with color, texture and style. Jodie Cooper, the designer has chosen to use natural materials and textures to create a cozy, warm atmosphere which exudes personality. The beige color scheme which was used as a background is counterbalanced by rich, colorful, playful accents that bring everything to life and merge beautifully. But the most impressive part of this modern mansion is the outside porch created by prolonging the roof on the back part of the home and creating thus a covered space perfect for outside dinning. All of the spaces are perfectly illuminated, the connection between the interior and exterior spaces being perfectly studied and emphasized.The strong contrast of the black powerful roof and the pure white of the exterior walls confers this modern mansion a perfect air of elegance and refinement.
Photos by Joel Barbita
Description by The Rural Building Company:
“The Quedjinup captures the epitome of a down south dream home, with surf breaks close by and a serenity unrivalled by city living.
One of the first things you notice about the Quedjinup home is how beautifully the traditional elevation blends with the surrounding bushland. Stone feature walls and an Australian landscaped garden add to the authentic outback feel as you walk through the paved double carport to the front entrance. If preferred, the carport could easily be converted to a two car garage.
The large free form living and kitchen area is enhanced by raking ceilings and views through stackable sliding doors to the back alfresco area. Being the heart of the home, the living room is perfectly designed for those on acreage with beautiful 360 degree views or for others who desire open space living.
The Quedjinup has been beautifully designed with a contrast of soaring ceilings and free form living areas and secluded bedroom areas to retire to for privacy.This home can be easily modified to suit a particular family, with additional floorplan options.”