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As seen in the Source link, written by realestate.com.au on 2019-12-01 01:00:00

Located in the rural area of Dulong on the Sunshine Coast, the four-bedroom home was designed by Chris Morrison of Morriachi Architecture and built by Barrett Constructions.

A horse stud owner’s vision of a modern, Spanish-inspired ranch home has been brought to life using innovative yet affordable construction products.

Located in rural Dulong on the Sunshine Coast, the four-bedroom home was designed by Chris Morrison of Morriachi Architecture and built by Barrett Constructions.

The four-bedroom home was designed by Chris Morrison of Morriachi Architecture and built by Barrett Constructions.

Mr Morrison explained the home’s design had been heavily influenced by the rolling green landscape and the existing elements of the horse stud.

“When I arrived on site, the black tar fences that enclose the horse paddocks were a real feature along with the stables,” he said.

“We really wanted to bring elements of the stud farm into the home, so we opted for express walls to reflect the look of the stables and a colour scheme that related to the fencing.”

The look is achieved using Cemintel Barestone cladding to create a raw stone finish that resembles the look of concrete cast on site.

It is further accented by the use of sleek, timber-style cladding painted black to emulate the woodgrain texture of the stables and the black tar fencing.

Mr Morrison noted the owner had a love of antiques, so inside the home his design was mindful of creating a gallery-like feel which would accommodate feature pieces of furniture and art.

The home is located in the rural area of Dulong on the Sunshine Coast

Check out the open-plan layout.

The interior design is open-plan and includes a master wing with ensuite, a central entertaining area with kitchen, living room and dining area, and a private guest wing.

“The open-plan layout connects the interior and exterior walls of the home, creating a smooth transition from the outside to within,” Mr Morrison said.

As for his favourite elements of the design, Mr Morrison said the express walls were a feature courtesy of the geometrical look they created.

“There are various different intervals and you get glimpses where they overlap.

“But mainly I’m thrilled that the home has beautifully achieved its aim.

“The owner lives in a stylish and modern property and can look out to the rolling green hills to see his horses running about.”

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