New ‘Timber Frame House’ Offers ‘Rattle-Free’ Living in Your Woodhouse
The ‘Timbers Frame House’, which was designed by Australian architect and landscape architect, Manolo Blahnik, will house a ‘Rumble-Free Living Area’ which will feature a ‘wood frame flooring’ that allows you to ‘feel like you are in the forest’.
The new residence will also include a ‘Lumber Frame House’.
The ‘Luminaire’, a project by Blahn, is an ambitious design project to replace a building with a timber frame house which can offer residents more privacy, access to natural beauty and a quieter environment.
The ‘Timers Frame House will include a wood frame floor with timber walls and timber beams to create an atmosphere of tranquility and quiet.’
Timers is a small company, based in Sydney, Australia, which specializes in the timber frame building, a design which was first introduced in the 1980s.
Timers is currently in the process of completing its second home, which will be called the ‘Timmers Frame House’.
“It’s a project that will make a statement,” Timers’ managing director, Richard Smith, told the Sydney Morning Herald.
“It’s really going to redefine what it means to be a timber framed house.
It’s going to bring back some of the quiet and the feeling of being out in the woods, and a very quiet, secluded home.
It really is an incredible project.”
According to Blahn’s website, he is best known for his work with the Sydney Opera House.
The architect has designed over 300 timber frame homes in Australia, the majority of which were built in the last two decades.