Barestone cladding from Cemintel® was extensively used on a new three-storeyed home in Eagle Bay situated in the south-west region of Western Australia.

Set on an expansive property close to the majestic Margaret River, the home is the result of a design collaboration between Clayton Lindley of Naked Architecture and Andrew Hagemann of Fringe Architects. The home has been designed to maximise the beautiful natural views and bush surrounds.

The architects were given complete design freedom by the client and their concepts were brought to life by Tallwood Constructions. Given the site’s slope, the design was a challenging process; however, the architects were able to accommodate all the spaces into an L-shaped plan over three levels while creating a striking three-dimensional form for the home.

At the entry point, the home is a single storey structure that gently steps and slopes up to the upper floor and down to the lower ground floor. The infinity edge pool on the lower ground level personifies luxury living as do the high quality finishes and fixtures used throughout the home.

Soaring roof overhangs and expansive glass on the upper floor to capitalise on the water views as well as rainwater harvesting, double glazing and thermally broken frames, and hydronic heating in lieu of air conditioning all contributing to energy efficient living, are some of the design highlights of the beautiful home.