megowan architectural has completed the three angle house, a private residence for a couple located on a ridge across from a reserve in the seaside suburb of mount martha, australia. developed as a continuation in thought, form, detail, region, and team of the two angle house (see coverage here), this project also takes into account its surrounding environment, responding to solar orientation and the three primary views found onsite. the main living spaces and master suite have been lifted to the first floor of the house to maximize views out to mornington and the bay (north), mount martha reserve and point nepean (west) and the distant melbourne CBD (southwest).all images courtesy of megowan architectural
megowan architectural has designed the three angle house in mount martha, australia, for a couple looking for a change from city life. as such, the project has been developed to make the most out of the site’s natural surroundings, which resulted in lifting most living spaces to the first floor to benefit from the striking views of the area. the ground floor of the house features large outdoor living spaces, an infinity edge pool and additional bedrooms designed for extended-stay visitors from overseas.
name: three angle house
architect: megowan architectural
location: mount martha, australia