Wallington ResidenceContemporary Entry, Geelong
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7. Location: Geelong, VictoriaWhy we love it: An all-glass door reveals all, in this case a house of mystique.
This house in Geelong is home to a newly retired couple who wanted a home that would integrate with the surrounding landscape and garden. Schored Projects used slate shingles on the exterior and the entrance interior, providing a no-maintenance material with a long lifespan.
Exposed entryThe entryway of this country home is marked with a glass-roofed space that splices the horizontal volume of the house. The entry has doors for accessing either side of the house, while allowing for plenty of natural light and enhancing its passive design.
11. SunshineA novel idea is to make the most of natural light through the entry and down the hall. The connection from your entry to your living can be lit up with glass doors and overhead skylights. YOUR SAY What would you consider when planning? Share your suggestions in the Comments.MOREFabulous Front Doors That Show Off Who You Really AreDesigns for Living: Entrances Set Up to Serve You19 Low-Cost, High-Impact Ideas for an Enviable Entry