This Carina Heights new luxury home design was intended to serve both the current and future generations of the family by being flexible enough to meet their ever-changing needs and to stand the test of time in terms of both functionality and style. Accommodating more than a traditional nuclear family, this Carina Heights new luxury home design needed to house extended family members together under the one roof.
Across three levels, this home encompasses three large bedrooms complete with ensuites and a master bedroom suite with expansive ensuite, ‘his and hers’ wardrobes, and a private study.
The expansive main kitchen, dining and outdoor areas can comfortably cater for more than 28 people. A separate kitchenette contributes to the additional living zone and provides a private sanctuary for extended family to reside on the upper floor.
This environmentally responsible and technologically advanced home enhances the current streetscape and the suburb, providing a luxurious family living.
Project Number 120502
Located in a fairly typical suburban area where little street parking is available, the Carina Heights new luxury home design includes basement level parking to accommodate up to 6 vehicles, therefore not negatively impacting the external environment. A home gym, additional bathroom and workshop complete the basement level.
The Carina Heights new luxury home design also includes several sustainable features including an integrated control system to open and shut windows and monitor power resources, which helped it to win the 2016 CEDIA Best Integrated Home Worldwide Award. The home includes a lift to move you effortlessly through each level. This Carina Heights new luxury home design also won the ArCHdes 2016 Residential Architecture Award.
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