Charred Timber House is a robust family home, designed over a series of levels that follow the steep slope of the Ainslie site.

Project Name: Charred Timber House
Studio Name: Rob Henry Architects
Project size: 239 m2
Site size: 758 m2
Completion date: 2019
Building levels: 3
Location: Canberra, Australia
Photography: Ben King Photography

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Kitchen+Dining ©Ben King Photography

It’s signature elements are the Shou Sugi Ban cladding, which was beautifully installed by the owner, and a recycled hardwood slatted screen to the carport, which was made from the roof battens of the original cottage.

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Outside Dining ©Ben King Photography

The house’s solar passive design delivers northerly light into all living areas and bedrooms, whilst carefully located southerly windows allow cross ventilation and connectivity with the adjacent well used neighbourhood pathway.

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Backyard ©Ben King Photography

Delivered with attention to affordability, this home blends practical solutions with designed elegance.

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