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Three Angle House in Mount Martha, Australia

13 May 2020

Three Angle House – Mount Martha Residence

Design: Megowan Architectural

Location: Mount Martha, Victoria, Australia

Three Angle House Mount Martha Victoria

The Three Angle House has been designed specifically to make the most of the three stunning views offered on this site in Mount Martha. Architect Christopher Megowan, Director of Megowan Architectural, was engaged to work on the project. He explained the moment he first visited the site “I stood on my car and turned around and I was blown away.

It’s one thing to have one view on a site but three uniquely stunning and different views. To the north, you can see Mornington and Port Phillip Bay, the greenery of Mount Martha Reserve and Point Nepean to the west and to the northwest the Melbourne CBD on the horizon. The decision to build the house around these views was instantaneous and the agreement was in unison with the clients”.

Mount Martha Residence

Owners Jo and Colin Turner knew they were not going to build a run-of-the-mill home for their dream seachange home. “We wanted something so light and airy and it’s exactly what we have got”. Vinnie Price and Matt Stonehouse from KabSav Projects were engaged based on their solid track record for producing exceptionally unexpected homes, including a previous successful team collaboration, the Two Angle House.

From Kabsav’s perspective, “We wake up each morning looking for that next challenge, obviously being Three Angles this had that challenge”.

New House at Mount Martha Victoria

The main entry sets the tone for home and was intentionally sunken into the hillside. When one descends to the front door the entry to the home opens up to a stunning reveal of a timber-framed view across Jullul Bay. The warmth of blackbutt timber plays with the textural nature of concrete throughout and a feature cantilevered steel staircase carries you up to the main living spaces and the most elevated vantage point over the bay that the site had to offer.

New Home at Mount Martha Victoria Three Angle House Mount Martha Victoria by Megowan Architectural

Indeed the language of unexpected but intentional angles has been woven throughout the inspiration of the house. An angular handrail is recessed into a concrete wall, stair treads and insitu concrete benchtops taper and flare and a triangular clerestory skylight is a statement in the open living area.

Three Angle House Mount Martha design by Megowan Architectural Mount Martha property in Victoria

The outstanding quality of this home is the exceptional use of natural light. The spaces change throughout the day as the sun moves from the kitchen and study in the east across the living areas to a stunning westerly sunset over the private deck off the master bedroom in the evening. Nearly every space is animated by the constantly changing canvases of the three carefully framed views.

“It’s an incredible home to watch a storm roll in from, the whole sky puts on a show and given the elevated position you feel immersed in it” says Megowan. “The living spaces are intentionally warm and robust, they’re active spaces to entertain in, engage in and wear in with coastal life while the master suite takes on a softer, quieter and more luxurious character, designed as spaces to retreat to and reflect in.”

New Residence in Mount Martha Victoria

Jo and Colin are are thrilled with how the team worked together and felt involved throughout. A key part of this success was how they proactively researched every material and product that Megowan Architectural put forward which meant decisions were confidently made, and that work was coordinated and installed efficiently by Kabsav. “It is fantastic to work with a client that is open and receptive to new ideas and are engaged with every step” says Megowan.

Three Angle House Victoria by Megowan Architectural

“When it comes down to it, this forever home had to do more than just hit the brief and budget, it had to frame and magnify the lifestyle that the site so clearly offered” says Megowan. “So to us, this Three Angle House is a true success and certainly a project that we were very proud to be a part of.”

Three Angle House Mount Martha Victoria

Three Angle House, Mount Martha in Victoria – Building Information

Architect: Megowan Architectural

Completion date: 2020

Three Angle House Mount Martha Victoria

Photography: Anthony Richardson

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Location: Mount Martha, Victoria, Australia

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