Kennedy Nolan have also made a conscious effort to ensure that the home’s interior corresponds with its architectural form. “We would feel that we had failed if we weren’t able to make a building where the architecture and interiors are indivisible, where there is no distinction in terms of sensibility and expression,” Patrick says. Continual references to nature especially – earthy tones, a stone fireplace, walls engulfed in vines – mark it as both acquainted with its surroundings and harmonious in its design.
The Ballarat House by Kennedy Nolan is a home fit for a family of four and fit for its location. As Patrick says, “the family will put down deep roots here, and the passages of time will burnish the house as the natural materials age and patinate.”