This proposal for a family home in Margaret River, Western Australia sought to maximise the quality of spaces created given the constraints of the site. The volumes of the house were sculpted to make a series of external spaces that respected the existing trees on the site and took advantage of the path of the sun. Due to the number of mature trees surrounding the site boundary, the living accommodation was placed on the first floor to allow more light into the living area. An external terrace was situated off the living room to allow ease of access for outdoor dining. Externally, a dark cladding board is utilised to contrast against the rich colours of the proposed planting.