John Wardle’s Shearers Quarters on Bruny Island, Tasmania
Crafted using leftovers from Tasmania’s apple industry, architect John Wardle’s award-winning Shearers Quarters is a triumph of design.
EL "TIN SHED". EDIFICIOS RECICLADOS CON MATERIALES POBRES. UN NUEVO CONCEPTO DE ARQUITECTURA CONTEMPORÁNEA.
"Tin shed", arquitectura del siglo XXI con materiales pobres, Roselli, Kerr. La hojalata como material construcitvo, la reconversión de los cobertizos de hojalata en vivienda
A country home with a contemporary twist
Designed by Melbourne studio Glow Design Group for a couple with a growing family, this three-bedroom dwelling in rural Victoria ticks all the right boxes; contemporary in appearance, bush fire-resistant, energy efficient, all while maximising the surrounding vista.
Puketui Valley House
Located in a valley amongst the Coromandel ranges this simple holiday house draws on vernacular tramping hut design as well as the rural farm buildings common in the area. Sitting lightly on its site and clad in red steel the house both relates to it’s context and stands out amongst the bush covered hills. The linear plan incorporates a main living area and guest wing, divided by a central communal deck with additional private decks at either end. Facing north over the valley this long…