This house is located in the costal suburb of McCrae situated on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula on a steeply sloping site with elevated views of Port Phillip Bay. The house is partly elevated on thin columns to provide an open feel revealing the expanse of the bay upon arrival. The building is designed as an extruded form with the walls, floor and roof extending past the glazing line to enclose a long balcony facing the bay. The southern elevation presents a closed face to the street and is punctuated by the kitchen wall recess and a long slot window to the corridor. 

Photography by Mark Munro.