A complex and unique build, this residence was built on a challenging site at the bottom of a battle-axe drive way in Mosman. With tight constraints and permissions, the house had to be built around the existing environment, ensuring that all surrounding trees and bush were preserved.
Conceived by prominent Architect James Gross, the house was designed to integrate into the environment, utilising the steep site and the cliff.
The result is an impressive feat of design and engineering. The exterior use of stone and timber allows the residence to blend into the surroundings. Entry is gained across a steel and timber bridge through the trees which leads you to the living areas which are carefully cantilevered over the cliff, and the bedrooms which are built 50 Metres over and above the cliff.