Teeland Architects

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Teeland Architects
67 Memorial Drive EUMUNDI QLD 4562 Australia

Teeland Architects is a collaborative, design focused practice with an emphasis on innovative architecture and design. The work aims to demonstrate architectural excellence and reflect the character and sensibilities of the clients. We are interested in developing innovative and creative solutions for our client’s requirements and aspirations. Teeland Architects offer a sophisticated and specialised service that caters to those who desire quality outcomes and exemplary work. Teeland Architects provide professional project management from concept design to the completed project. The firm places an emphasis on alliance based relationships with clients, consultants and building contractors.

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Little Cove House

Little Cove, Noosa. Queensland, 2011

The spatial configuration, scale and proportions of the house have been designed to achieve a harmonious and balanced composition both internally and externally. A limited palette of materials has been employed to heighten the spatial experience of the house and allow an uninhibited contemplation of the natural surroundings. Externally, concrete is the primary material, which compliments the surrounding subtropical landscape. Internally, timber and plaster has been used to soften the spaces and give them a feeling of warmth. This combined with natural light and ventilation, provides the house with a beautiful calming feeling. Key features include the use of off-form concrete construction, enabling a dramatic spatial composition; floor to ceiling glass walls for intimate connection to surrounding subtropical landscape; and the incorporation of environmental design elements such as – the use of natural light and ventilation, solar electricity, rainwater tanks and edible landscapes.

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Sunshine Beach House

Sunshine Beach. Queensland, 2013

This house is located in a beautiful sleepy back street of Sunshine Beach. The roads are narrow with large weeping trees overhanging the street and footpath. The owners brief was for a modestly sized concrete beach house that overlooked the street, but maintained the privacy of the family living in the house. The exterior is a contemporary concrete and glass building that will be enveloped by new subtropical landscape. Internally, there is extensive use of timber and plaster to provide a warm and calming series of rooms. The roof folds up to the north east and high level windows provide views to the tree tops as well as allowing winter sun to penetrate deep into the kitchen and living area. The bedrooms and bathrooms are set to the back of the site and have expansive glass walls, looking out over a private rainforest at the rear of the property. At the centre of the plan is a north facing walled courtyard garden that is intended to be used as an outdoor room for entertaining.

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Montville House

Montville. Queensland, 2014

The design of the Montville House is the result of detailed site analysis and understanding of the clients requirements and aspirations. The design enables the house to have views towards the ocean to the east, as well as maximising the north facing glass to capture natural light and the winter sun. A fold in the plan creates a protected north east facing deck with views into the rainforest in the foreground and panoramic ocean views in the distance. The building has been designed to follow the line of the natural topography. The walls and roof of the building fold with the ground so the building reads as an extension of the landscape. The public areas of the house, such as the kitchen, dining, living and entertaining open up towards the deck and pool with ocean views beyond. The bedrooms and bathrooms are more private with intimate views back into the rainforest and creek to the north.


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