Contemporary, coastal, modern, the double-storey Bayview façade creates a modern beach house look with added raked ceilings to the balcony.

Designing this coastal and picturesque façade using slightly traditional elements such as the cladding and feature truss Senior Designer Rob Nguyen was also sure to finish the façade in a modern way.

‘The Hamptons façade has more of a traditional coastal look with its weatherboard cladding and window mouldings. The Bayview façade is more contemporary coastal, using a wide panel flat board cladding and glass balustrade’ he said.

‘The open balcony of the Bayview with its raked ceiling really opens up the space and the façade. And the feature exposed truss at the front that gives the façade its coastal, beach house look.’

A contemporary interpretation of beach-house cabin constriction with open trusses, commonly seen in coastal areas with ocean views, customers building in coastal areas, golf course estates, near lakes, on hills, or anywhere with views might consider the Bayview façade. 

Rob added ‘or even on a street without a view, it is still a nice, contemporary façade for anyone that likes this style.’

The façade features rendered brickwork, wide panel flat board cladding, painted posts and beams, glass balustrade and a metal roof. 

With the mixed materials and no windows mouldings, the Bayview façade is estate-friendly for those who are building with strict developer guidelines.

Available on all double-storey homes excluding the M10 range.


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