Kay Home is a contemporary three,895 sq. foot residence designed by studio Maria Gigney Architects and situated in Tasmania, Australia. The undertaking consisted of a rework of an present brick cottage situated on the banks of Hobart’s Derwent Rive. The architects additionally designed an extension for the primary home. Showcasing an optimum indoor-outside connection, the residence options flooring to ceiling glazed home windows which provides it a singular modern look. In response to the challenge group, “this ethereal pavilion of metal and glass captures seemingly infinite vistas of water and sky, while sustaining a humble and unassuming road entry. The lap pool is pivotal to the whole design, and in cautious composition of the pool atrium glazing and stylish metal construction, a dramatic play of quantity and lightweight is created. Passive photo voltaic rules have been engaged to scale back power consumption in a construction principally glazed.” Do you discover the design of this residence interesting or too privateness invading?