Captain Kelly’s Cottage involves the painstakingly considered restoration of the original weatherboard cottage on a remote bay of Bruny Island, Tasmania. Captain Kelly built the cottage in the 1830’s. The original cottage consisted of two structures: bedrooms and kitchen, surrounded by a wide verandah.
Trevor Mein is an extensively published, Melbourne-based photographer. He is trained in fashion design and architecture.
Shearers Quarters House was designed by John Wardle Architects in Bruny Island, Tasmania. This beguiling shearers quarters sits as a companion building to an existing historic cottage on a working sheep farm. Located on the site of the old shearing shed that was destroyed by fire, the residence houses shearers, and family and friends on […]
House at Big Hill is a vacation home designed by Kerstin Thompson Architects. Description by Kerstin Thompson: Our most recent project near Victoria’s Great Ocean Road is characterised by a restrained material palette and singular form. The triangular plan, semi-recessed into the sloping site, is orientated to take advantage of the 180 degree views towards the townships of […]
Auhaus Architecture have designed Bluff House in Barwon Heads, Victoria, Australia. Description by Auhaus Architecture: Bluff House is a three level house designed for a steeply sloping site backing onto the Barwon Heads golf course. The house is designed as a series of stepped interior and exterior spaces meandering upward from the street towards seclusion and views […]