Futuristic living boxed up in award-winning design

The magic of this contemporary masterpiece lies in its visually striking design, which presents as a modernist-inspired box from the outside. 

Bicton home facade

You’ll get a surprise once inside this ultra-modern “box” home. Picture: realestate.com.au/buy

Two pavilions – driven by solar passive design principles to maximise natural cross-ventilation – create the internal footprint of the property at 100 Petra Street in Bicton. An eclectic mix of glass, concrete and timber create a dramatic vibe.

Be mesmerised by the spacious interior floorplan in this ultra-modern home, which includes a cavernous central open living area and soaring ceilings flanked by walls of glass.

The property also encases an infinity lap pool, timber deck entertaining area and solar power, while the garage has space for at least three cars and has its own bathroom and change room.

Set on 649sqm, the chic four-bedroom, four-bathroom home is perfect for the modern family.

The property, built in 2012, is the brainchild of award-winning Perth designer, Kerry Jacobs. Its design has received several residential building accolades including finalist in three categories at the 2015 Building Designers Association of WA awards; and was highly commended at the International Property Awards – Asia Pacific in 2014.

Selling agent Aaron Katin, from Edison McGrath – Claremont, says the exceptional design and quality workmanship is a major drawcard for potential buyers.

“It’s the open spaces, the glazing and the orientation – it’s attracting attention,” he says.

“This is a very unique home and it’s hard to compare with other properties, so we are taking offers on the sale.”

The property last sold for $1.4 million in 2013.

Offers close on Thursday 2 April at 5pm.