The Winton is yet another stylish, impeccably-constructed home by Orbis Constructions. Its inspired design and sustainably conscious efforts makes for the perfect modern home.
This isn’t the first time Orbis Constructions have caught our eye with their professional craftsmanship and personal style, and I doubt it will be the last. ‘We live and breathe building, design and innovations and we love to challenge the norm in our industry; it’s what gets us up in morning and what we think about at night’.
With years of experience under their belt, Orbis Constructions found the ideal location to develop a sustainably conscious home. Joel, director of Orbis Constructions explains “Having considered both performance and materiality factors, The Winton was designed with a green conscience. Reclaimed bricks provided such an interesting personality to the build, so it was important that the soft character of a natural timber species delivered the contrasting features”.
The timber product Joel and his team chose to compliment the brick was our IRON ASH cladding. “The shiplap feature timber had to maintain the performance features that would allow it to grey-off naturally without the introduction of artificial tints or sealers that would otherwise compromise the design ethos” as further stated by Joel.
The exterior cladding market is inundated with numerous options, so what made Joel choose IRON ASH in the first place?
For its versatility and durability. Due to Victorian ash’s natural blonde tones, IRON ASH has the flexibility to grey off or to be stained to meet any design needs. IRON ASH is the combination of our trusted GOODWOOD Victorian ash and unique water-based additives to give you a H3 treated exterior timber. Head to vicash.com.au/ironash to find out more about IRON ASH.
If you love what Orbis Constructions have done with the outside of this home, check out what they can do on the inside by visiting this post featuring Australian Oak engineered flooring.
Builder – Orbis Constructions
Designer – Nala Nguyen
Photography – Jay Saya