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  1. 1. THE ROSE SEIDLER HOUSE Architecture is not just drawing up plans and specifications for a building, it is a total attitude to the physical environment around you. -Harry Seidler
  2. 2. THE BOYS BEDROOM NATURAL LIGHT -Glass façade and window as a source of light -Location of these glass facades next to the bed / study table -Covered by orange or blue curtains but can still see through and project light EFFECT -Relaxation -Light and airy -balance
  3. 3. ARTIFIC IAL LIG HT -task lighting -recessed light tubes behind the curtains -table lamp EFFECTS • Ambient and relaxing mood • visual tasks are easy to perform • eases eye strain and makes the atmosphere more pleasant
  4. 4. BATH R O O M natural light -recessed window Artificial light Recessed lighting -mirror Reflective tile Reflective glass A.EASTON [3462362]
  5. 5. MASTER BEDROOM Lighting sources: artificial RECESSED FLOURESCENT TASK LIGHTING 1 HEAD TASK LIGHTING
  6. 6. MASTER BEDROOM LIGHTING SOURCES: NATURAL MIRRORS, wardrobe, under desktop FLOOR-TO- CEILING HEAT TREATED GLASS CREPE RAYON CURTAIN, orange
  7. 7. E N S U I TE [MASTER BEDROOM] FROSTED OPAQUE GLASS RECESSED LIGHTING HIGHLY REFLECTIVE TILES, black
  8. 8. THE ‘transitional zone’ Bi-nuclear floor plan -The ‘transitional area’ divides the zones of living and sleeping MAREESHA MURPHY Z3465273
  9. 9. NATU RAL LI G HT Influx of natural light through floor to ceiling ‘glass walls’ Sliding awning controls light intensity Glass stair allows the outside in Large glass windows allows natural light -emphasis on the surrounding
  10. 10. C U RTAI N D I V I D E R The curtain controls the influx of natural light and allows the ‘transitional zone’ to become part of the living or sleeping area Brown ‘Crape rayon’ curtain divides the space
  11. 11. ARTIFIC IAL LIG HTIN G Lighting over glass windows Aluminum mounted wall light Lighting source is hidden from view Recessed lighting is subtle Recessed fluorescent lights on the borders of the ceiling
  12. 12. LIVING ROOM -N A T U R A L Large floor to ceiling windows X A V I E R P R AT T _ z 3 4 6 1 6 3 2
  13. 13. L I V I N G N A T U R O O M R A L Fireplace to project heat and light during winter X AV I E R P R AT T _ z 3 4 6 1 6 3 2
  14. 14. L S I V Y I N N T G R H E O T O I M C Minimal: Down light Spot lights Recessed track lights X AV I E R P R AT T _ z 3 4 6 1 6 3 2
  15. 15. P N A A T T U I R O A L OPEN ROOF OPEN BALUSTRADES X AV I E R P R AT T _ z 3 4 6 1 6 3 2
  16. 16. there is an intrinsic interconnectedness between the internal and external through visual access and light penetration both natural and artificial, highlighting the public and private zones and their relationship with activities of day and night. Nicholas Robson z3465469
  17. 17. KITCHEN& D I N I NG Lighting sources -NATURAL Glass was revolutionary in the design of Rose Seidler house, large panes used to create a maximum light penetrations through fenestrations. Windows act to open up the space to maximum light whilst gaining visual access to the exterior in both the kitchen and dinning, this creates a constant interaction between the interior and the landscape surrounding it, there is an intrinsic interconnectedness between the internal and external through visual access and light penetration both natural and artificial, this is reiterated by the open plan living. Within the kitchen and dining we see this highlighted by the interconnection of spaces through double sided joinery with the application of opaque door panels. Above Counter Windows - Kitchen Full Length Windows - Laundry Full Height Windows - Open Plan Dining Room Full Height Windows and Opaque Glass Servery
  18. 18. KITCHEN& DINING Lighting sources -Artificial Artificial lighting took a very simplistic, functional approach, with focused spot lighting, strip fluorescent task lighting and a focused task lamp Task lamp-laundry Spot Lamp - Dining Fluorescent Strip Task Lighting - Kitchen Concealed Fluorescent Task Lighting - Kitchen
  19. 19. KITCHEN& DINING lighting sources - mediation Materiality within the space also acts to enhance the maximum light by reflecting both natural and artificial light penetration within the kitchen and dining room, - high gloss surfaces such as the overhead cupboards and the custom made dining table. - opaque sliding glass panels connect the kitchen and dining space together whilst enhancing the sense of lightness within the space by diffusing sunlight. - the use of light neutral tones applied to walls, ceiling and carpets acts to enhance a sense of lightness and accentuate a simple lighting design, - low sheen materials such as the black vinyl kitchen countertop also act to diffuse light whilst still retaining some reflectivity. High Gloss Overhead Cupboards - Kitchen Low Sheen Black Vinyl, Countertops - Kitchen Light Neutral Tone Walls - High Gloss Black Dining Table - Dining Room Dining
  20. 20. KITCHEN& DINING Lighting sources Mediation natural light allowed through full length window paneling in the dining space and above counter window panels is mediated in a variety of ways, to both diffuse and enhance. - frosted or opaque panes in the upmost windows of the kitchen diffuse the harshest of sunlight. - a heat coating is applied to all window panes reacts to varying conditions, turning reflective after dark to intensify artificial lighting at night whilst giving maximum penetration of available sunlight. - Crepe Rayon Curtains in bold orange, blue and a subdued brown create a dappled vibrance within the space when backlit by sunlight but in the evening serve to enhance the jewel box effect created by the heat treatment applied to glass facades. Blue Crepe Rayon Curtains, Dining Room Frosted Opaque Glass Panes, Kitchen

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