Simpson-Lee House, Mt. Wilson, NSW, Australia. Glenn Murcutt, 1989.
Pool used to reflect light into adjacent room to keep it warm on the frosty mountain mornings and stores water for fire sprinklers. Sideways entry in keeping with the Aboriginal custom of entering the east, via the west.
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The large pivoting door, in Glenn Murcutt's Kempsey House, divides the north-western veranda and the bathroom/bedroom area. When closed it appears part of the wall.
Glenn Murcutt in Conversation | Indesignlive
At the University of New South Wales’ final Utzon lecture for the year, architect Glenn Murcutt sat down with the ABC’s Alan Saunders for a passionate and powerful discussion about design, timeless architecture and how to stay motivated and consistent.
Magney House: Structure
By Glenn Murcutt; Murcutt does not like solid columns, so he designed a very light looking column that does not block too much view or light and still holds up the floor slab for the master bedroom.