Dwelling house at 411 Anzac Highway in Adelaide, South Australia. Bent configuration of buiding allowed to form two independent courts – the guest and private, which are interconnected by the passage under one of the wings of a house. Gallery scheme of the house made it possible to solve the problem of sound insulation from urban highway that borders the site, we are using protective screens with angled placement on the gallery. All apartments of the complex have a two-way orientation, we thus fulfill the requirement of crossventilation for all owners of apartments. Protective screens is open to the west and east, and allows sufficient insolation of gallery and rooms facing it. All residential part turned away from the highway to the north – the sunny side, and is focused on urban green artery with parks and bike path. On the plot is provided underground parking with parking spaces for all owners of apartments and an additional one guest parking spaces for each apartment on the street. The core of the complex is a glass cube with centric staircase around the tree and viewing platforms where opens overview of the city. On the roof is arranged green roof with seatings and sunbathing places. It also provides a common area on the roof with a bar and kitchen for parties and meetings of the owners of apartments with views of the entire city. A separate part of the roof is reserved for solar panels.
Place: 411 Anzac Hwy, Camden Park SA 5038, Australia;
Gross floor area: 4603 m²;
Architects: Shevchenko Andrew, Shevchenko Tatiana, Lubomir Paschenko;