24 Aug Rural home by architect Tim Wright
The latest project by architect Tim Wright it a passive-designed home in the South West of W.A. The secluded Dunsborough holiday home has floor-to-ceiling windows which look out into the bush surrounds, with a relaxed approach to modern design. As it heavily features reverberative materials concrete and glass, the home required solutions for unwanted noise. Wright specified Glosswood’s Acoustic Panel range for its beautiful timber finishes and proven acoustic results.
Above: Glosswood Acoustic Panels running through the main living and kitchen spaces.
Glosswood’s square profile Acoustic Panels were selected for the kitchen and dining room, as well as the adjoined entertainment space. Wright utilised matte black lighting fixtures to run in-line with the Acoustics to create a sense of direction through the two wings of the pavilion. The Acoustic range can be directly installed onto the wall or ceiling, or onto a suspended furring system. Read more on the Acoustics range here. The square profile of the Acoustics ties in with the contemporary fittings in the home.
Above: Glosswood Acoustic Panels in the main living space.
Warm neutrals fill the contemporary interior; grey polished concrete, white subway tiles and oak timber. Glosswood’s Spotted Gum Acoustics compliment the existing timber tones in the home, seen in the cabinetry, furniture & pivot doors. Wright selected this colour in a matte finish for it brings a beautiful softness and stunning timber grain. Tim Wright has featured Glosswood on various other Perth projects including a Suburban home and Riverside home.
Above: Glosswood Acoustic Panels in the entertainment space.