Mornington Peninsula home by Jam Architects

We’re taking you to the Victorian Coastline this week, where a breathtaking home designed by Jam Architects and built by Remato Constructions seamlessly fits into its countryside setting.

 

Photo by John Wheatley

Located on the Mornington Peninsula, this young family home is a far reach from the hustle and bustle of inner city Melbourne. A dirt driveway leads the way up to the home, alongside grass hills, sand pits and native shrubbery.

 

Photo by John Wheatley

It’s a house that truly fits in with its surroundings, paying homage to its earthy rural backdrop and pristine ocean veiws.

 

 Photo by John Wheatley 

A clear relationship with nature is maintained indoors, with plenty of soft timber, natural light and a neutral colour scheme, complementing the modern and open living plan.

 


 Photo by John Wheatley

Mafi wooden floorboards in Oak Country Brushed White Oil make up the floors and walls of the living space, kitchen and bedrooms.

 

Photo by John Wheatley

Mafi boards in Oak Country Brushed White Oil have also been installed for doors and shelving, keeping a beautiful coherency throughout the home.

 

Photo by John Wheatley

Selected by Remato Constructions, Mafi Timber was specified for its natural character. Steering well away from any chemicals or lacquers, Mafi’s unique system uses an all-natural oil finish to keep the textured and matte surface appearance of raw wood.

 

Photo by John Wheatley

The knots and cracks in Mafi Oak Country boards are celebrated in the design, and the white oil finish adds to the relaxed country meets beach house feel.

 

Photo by John Wheatley

 Photo by John Wheatley

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