The Queechy house expands to provided an intimate connection to the landscape. Through this combination of exploiting view opportunities whilst minimising the visual impact of the building, Queechy House takes advantage of the agricultural landscape without disrupting it.
Cumulus Studio is an award winning architecture and interior design practice with offices in Hobart, Launceston and Melbourne. The three offices operate as one combined studio, providing flexibility in the size and scope of work undertaken and ensuring a cohesive and collaborative approach to all projects.
The studio consists of 21 designers, including 15 registered architects and 2 interior designers, and specialises in tourism, residential, commercial, heritage, urban design and interior architecture.
Cumulus also regularly collaborates with a number of external specialist consultants from across Australia for the co-ordination of a broader range of services from feasibility studies and brand management through to contract administration and post occupancy evaluation.
LOCATION: Hobart, Launceston and Melbourne / Australia
LEARN MORE: https://cumulus.studio/
The recently completed project by Cumulus Studio, Devil’s Corner Cellar Door and Lookout are beautifully situated on the Freycinet Peninsula, Tasmania, with views of the Hazards overlooking Great Oyster Bay. Description by architect: Visitors winding north along the Tasman Highway on Tasmania’s scenic East Coast would be familiar with the Cherry Tree Hill lookout. Shortly […]
Pumphouse Point is a new eco-lodge in remote Central Tasmania. Situated on Lake St Clair, the boutique accommodation offers it’s guests a truly immersive wilderness experience. Designed by architects Cumulus Studio, it’s a great example of progressive Tasmanian architecture. Description by Cumulus Studio: The project involved the adaptive reuse of Pumphouse Point into a wilderness […]