Breezway Altair louvre windows were installed in a new home in Red Hill, Queensland to emphasise the spaciousness and also allow light and fresh air inside.
Ladrillo, Spanish for brick, features a light airy open architecture, taking its design cues from the Spanish Mission architectural style of the original Red Hill cottage. Focused on textures, the architecture utilises textured brick, recycled breezeblocks and original decorative plaster with the fresh white palette not only unifying these textures, but also uniting new and old.
A central courtyard distinctly separates the spaces with the design maintaining visual connections throughout the open architecture.
Designed by Shaun Lockyer of Shaun Lockyer Architects, the house features Breezway Altair louvre windows that accentuate the spaciousness, opening wide to allow light and plenty of ventilation inside.