Giving us some serious house goals right now, this North Bondi house in Sydney seamlessly blends the outside and in. The work of CplusC Architectural Workshop, the house is constructed from materials like concrete, timber, steel, and Kobe Board; a unique, environmentally friendly composite of cement and wood. These elements are left exposed, giving the house a raw yet polished vibe.
Arguably the best feature of the North Bondi house is the stunning swimming pool. The above ground pool was originally designed to be a completely concrete structure, but during construction, the decision was made to craft it from acrylic instead. Visible from the large windows in the open-plan dining and living areas, the pool is one of the elements that seems to bring some of the house’s exterior inside. Not only does it look super cool, but it also refracts natural light into the home.
The house’s vertical garden is another outstanding feature. It’s self-sufficient, with full plumbing and LED lights. The garden also provides the home’s inhabitants privacy from neighbours and street traffic.
A beautifully designed interior and well-chosen furnishings round-out this impressive home in North Bondi.