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    Clovelly House by Tom Mark Henry, Photography by Damian Bennett

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2019 WIN Awards Entry: Clovelly House - Tom Mark Henry

Navdeep Pal
24 Apr 2019

Clovelly House - Tom Mark Henry is an entry in the One-off Homes category at the 2019 World Interiors News Awards.

Thoughtfully considered from inside to out, materiality and structure are an instant telling that Clovelly House is not your regular beach house. Completed on 15/03/2018 the 350sqm site sees unique landscaping and raised zinc cladding demand presence from the street. Inside, an honest and pared-back palette flows throughout the 375sqm home providing a timeless and subtly layered interior.

Having lived in the area for most of their lives it was important for the client’s home to capture the joy of living by the beach. The area is surrounded with classic beach-style bungalows and this is what the site contained prior to Clovelly House being built. With this in mind, it was important for this particular house to remain sympathetic to is surroundings yet push the constraints of what we are expected to see in the area.

The use of operable louvered screens provide an adaptable internal and external experience to the building’s surrounding coastline of Clovelly Beach.

The harmonious relationship between the indoor and outdoor spaces is established as soon as the front door is opened, if not before this moment. The landscaped courtyards are treated with as much care as the interior. The material diversity of marble, timber and concrete are major elements uniting the different spaces, highlighting a focus on durable and timeless materials. Whilst the raised zinc cladding externally demands to be seen, internally, a more humble palette is employed. Clovelly House holistically represents a merging of the old and new style of beach home.

Cushla McFadden worked as lead designer on this project, alongside Interior designer Emma Say, Owner Builder, F&L Building Consultants, Adam Robinson and Jack Milenkovic.

Based in Darlinghurst, Sydney, Tom Mark Henry are a dynamic studio, increasingly active in residential, commercial, retail, hospitality and workspace projects. They offer a full scope of services from interior architecture and design through to completion of build. Find out more about them here.

The World Interiors News Awards showcase the best international design in both current and future projects. Entries for the 2019 Awards are now open - for further information and to submit your entry please click here.

Key Facts

Australia
One-off Homes
2019 Entry
Tom Mark Henry
Interior