Saturday, August 8, 2009

Bluff Farm House | New South Wales,Australia | Richard Cole Architecture

A new residence in the beautiful countryside of the Upper Hunter Valley seeks to capture the strength of singular gesture. The site sits on a grassy terrace overlooking a river and faces north up the spectacular valley, next to an old Eucalypt. The sleeping areas are contained within encasing precast concrete walls. The lightweight steel framed roof creates a massive living space opening to the terrace and view. The essential concept of the house reflects the way in which the owner has always use this place: setting up a table on the grass under the shade of the tree. Bluff Farm House has been published in Belle magazine and Houses magazine. It has been shortlisted for the 2009 IDEA awards
Text and images from:Richard Cole Architecture

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