The Giorgi Process As Told By The Pitts Family

Luxury Cottesloe Project Unveiled

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CategoryNews, Projects

AuthorThe West Australian

One of Perth’s leading residential builders Giorgi has put the final touches on its latest luxury home in Forrest Street, Cottesloe.

With soaring ceilings, expansive courtyards, and innovative pool details, the 550m2 home is architecturally inspiring. Timber cladding is a predominant feature of the façade, commanding attention from the street. Drawing inspiration from the exterior, floating timber stairs are an impressive feature of the home’s foyer.

The unique site presented several challenges, with undulating terrain that sloped away from the rear of the property. Giorgi’s project architects embraced these characteristics, designing a home that cascaded down the site, utilising multifunctional courtyards and feature gardens to define each level.

This approach not only maximised the functional space available in the home but established a striking aesthetic that celebrated the site’s natural form. The arrangement of the courtyards ensures optimal passive cross ventilation and northern light to the living spaces, making the most of the natural elements.

Innovative design is on show through a series of pop-up roofs, skylights and ceiling voids which informally define the living spaces. This is a home that feels inviting and welcoming for its occupants and visitors alike.

Sales and Marketing Director Danny Giorgi said he was pleased to be able to deliver an exceptional outcome for the client in a challenging building environment. “This a real testament to our team. Our company is very unique with architects and builders under one roof, we’re able to streamline services and find both innovative and cost-efficient solutions to meet our clients’ expectations.”

“Despite fluctuations in building costs, we remained committed to delivering the project to our clients within the agreed timeframe and at a fixed cost,” he said.

Giorgi will be hosting an Open House series at 75 Forrest Street, Cottesloe in early June. This will give architecture lovers and design aficionados alike the chance to explore the residence and speak with the project team.