The skylights and ceiling fans ensure natural cooling is achieved with stack effect. For adjustments and monitoring the home from a distance the house employs a highly efficient remote- operated mechanical system that is used by the owners of the home. Looks like a very practical contemporary and useful design for a small home.
On one side the bedrooms and bathrooms offer privacy while the other side is occupied by the public entry hall and living room that runs through the building reaching the living room.
The floor plan is quite different: the secondary bedrooms are on the first floor and the great room master bedroom and kitchen are on the second storey so as to increase the views in the most commonly used rooms. The interiors are elegant and done very stylishly. Check out the pictures and enjoy the beauty of this charming house.
Glass windows are intermittently provided to allow the view to the hills valleys and the city. Wooden paneling is imparted on ceiling and to keep an optimum temperature although the year. Stone is selected for the outside to maintain an eco-friendly outlook.
The contemporary style Kay House built by Hobart-based Maria Gigney Architects is as awesome as it can get. Originally it was a brick cottage by the banks of Dervent River and was re- modeled in 2002.