WALLIS LAKE HOUSE
Project Type: Residential
Architect: Matthew Woodward Architecture
Builder: PCM Projects w/ Jack James Construction
Photography: Brett Boardman
Products Used: FLOS Tracking Magnet, Tubular Bell, Find Me suspension and Reggiani Cyled
The Wallis Lake House is situated to command box-seat viewing to Wallis Lake on the NSW Mid-North Coast. Whether it’s the lake-glass of sunset pinks, the salt spray ocean mists rolling over the Booti Booti National Park, or the expanse of sky horizons with Australian bush foreground, the house is designed to capture it all.
The brief was to create an experimental house that is crafted and robust, sensibly planned while also being playfully-spirited. A place for people to come together to celebrate human existence on the land and experience the serenity of the ever changing landscape.
Architects Matthew Woodward combined the Tracking Magnet, Tubular Bells, Find Me Suspension and the Reggiani Cyled to create a contemporary feel throughout the home.
Designed by FLOS Architectural, the Tracking Magnet provides lighting to the kitchen and living area, a compact profile, which is compatible with a range of magnetic fastening light fixtures. The Tubular Bell, a surface adjustable downlight designed by Piero Lissoni for Flos, has also been used in the kitchen as well as the bedroom, providing direct task lighting.
Matthew Woodward design incorporates the Reggiani Cyled downlights in the bathroom, its pure, cylindrical shape enables it to blend perfectly with any architectural style. The FLOS Find Me pendant lamps mounted from the hallway ceiling have created feature lighting, designed by Jorge Herrera these lights comprise of a slender rotational with aluminium stem containing a spot optic, and a dedicated LED light source.
Please contact our studio for more information on any of the products used.