Friday 18 November - 6:30PM - SOLD OUT
Friday 18 November - 8:30PM - Limited tickets
Tim Ross and Kit Warhurst bring their legendary Man About the House Christmas Show to Perth for the first time.
Expect their normal blend of comedy, music and design with an eggnog sized splash of Christmas shenanigans.
These shows continue to be amongst the boy's favourite shows of the year.
"A must see"
New York Times
Venue: CASA MIA, City Beach, Perth, WA
* Exact address details will be sent to ticket holders the week of the show.
About CASA MIA
CASA MIA tests a higher density form of living for a young family in a suburban setting. It explores a sequence of spaces oscillating between the intimate and personal and the public and community, entwined by dual coloured face brick. This perimeter skin performs the role of the architectural mask, an adaptable layer that simultaneously reveals and conceals internal moments, blurring existence and relationships.
We minimised building waste, working with off-shelf materials, components and sizes and allow these to guide design. A significant exploration involved minimising brick wastage and therefor brick cutting.
The ground level spaces create an intimate relationship to a shared public park, this is a social space and our communal garden of play. As one progresses deeper into the home, spaces become more intimate, opening to a large courtyard.
We created flexibility to adapt our daily use of the home and longer term flexibility to support aging in place. Sliding doors and screens adjust spatial separation while allowing passive observation. Living at one level and a future lift provision allows for long term and aging in place between levels.
Nonna’s 1950’sliding door hovers above us, casting amber light on to glazed bricks, a special memory trigger and daily reminder of past and present family.
A secret elevated terrace contains a spiral stair leading to a roof top terrace, a liberating space and place to breathe while reflecting on distant views of ocean and escarpment. Quick return access to the ground level is possible with a fireman’s pole.
Images - Robert Frith Acorn