This project was the construction of a holiday compound for a family on an idyllic site on the south coast of New South Wales. The buildings are situated above a beautiful secluded bay and nestled in a spotted gum forest. The house consists of 6 pavilions, 3 bathrooms and a basement service area surrounded by rammed earth walls. The site slopes towards the north – east and the bay and the pavilions step down this slope, connected by stairs and walkways. The design allows 2 or 8 people to use the house in intimate comfort as the earth walls enable the perception of the totality of the house to change according to the intensity of the use.
Published in The Architectural Review and habitusliving.