Liverpool Street Home delivers on multigenerational living utilising pavilion style buildings of a simple geometry that emphasise the negative space in-between, the garden. The home is inspired by traditional Japanese gardens and pavilions interpreted in a modern context.
There are three pavilions connected via glass links: one for living, one for work and rest, and one for visitors. Each pavilion can be environmentally controlled independently and is energy efficient with an 8-star EER. The glass links provide weather protection whilst giving the experience of moving through the garden from one pavilion to the next.
A north facing central outdoor living area is defined by a steel pergola, raised decks, planter boxes, and bench seating that follow the architectural language layered across the site. Water, Fire, Wood, and Metal landscaped elements compliment the neutral building palate and are visible from internal spaces giving each pavilion its own unique experience.