The house, comprised of a set of pavilions, is lifted off the ground to touch the earth lightly and with a series of staggered columns and timber pergolas becomes part of the alluring environmental setting and lush surrounding Stinkwood forrest and veldt.
The plan, essentially a platform on stilts that fans out to embrace existing flora, achieves minimum site disturbance and brings interior in close dialogue with exterior.
The kitchen forms part of the living room pavilion with views of the landscape. Timber floors and ceilings permeate throughout the house with contrasting timber joinery.
The all-glass exterior brings the natural landscape into the building while keeping the elements out.
The bathrooms, similarly to the living spaces, open up to the outside framing the landscape
The glass panels open up completely to embrace the outside in order to step out onto the numerous decks surrounding the house