New South Wales
Nurla aims to achieve great amenity for its inhabitants by providing a series of courtyards and visual relationships between the top and ground floors, essential to its internal strategy.
A project that gives back to the street by setting a precedent of modernity, of anti-generic thinking, portraiting a sense of a monolith that allowed light in by replacing windows for openings.
The space would reveal itself slowly accommodating for an enigmatic place that surprises its user as it moves through it. A kinetic yet animated experience.
From double height visual and physical connections, through changes and manipulations of the section, yet making a clean, timeless, and warm quality of living that allows the end user to personalise the space.
In all each side/house has an illusion of a wider, higher, and bigger sensation through the illusion of space and light.