Hart House is located on the idyllic shoreline of Great Mackerel Beach, and was conceived as a contemporary interpretation of the quintessential one-room Australian beach shack.
The Rones cabin has a compact footprint which adapts to the landscape and preserves the site and its vegetation. The main floor is a concrete construction with three different levels adapting to the terrain.
The Fish Creek House was designed to maximize sustainability & liveability. Careful positioning takes full advantage of natural cooling, heating, and lighting.
Conceived as a minimalist retreat, the marching orders for this project were as follows: “when I arrive and sit my bags down, I want to feel as though I’ve stepped into a modern art gallery”.
A classic 1950s fibro beach shack has been sensitively reclaimed as a modern weekender by Melbourne practice Sally Draper Architects. Built as a single-room fishing hut at Shoreham on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula …
The Black Shed by Mary Arnold-Forster Architects is built in Heaste, a linear crofting township lying to the south of Broadford, Skye.