Bush House by Archterra Architects
If you’re a fan of glamping, you’ll love this eco-friendly passive home nestled in the Australian outback. Archterra Architects designed the Bush House, a solar-powered abode that blends environmental sustainability with contemporary luxury. Located near Margaret River in western Australia, this low-profile house is topped with a single-pitched roof to “distill into built form, the feelings of camping under a simple sheltering tarp.” Thank you! Keep an eye out for our weekly newsletter. Join…
A sense of sanctuary connected to the landscape
When designing their own home, architects Sacha Zehnder and Jaya Param of Walk North Architects were reminded regularly they'd chosen ''the most difficult block'' in the area.
Island House NSW North face - pre-fabricated off site minimising waste and ensuring only the most essential elements were used. Our desire was to showcase how a substantial timber structure could appear as light visually as steel. #howtobuildashed
Gallery of Hinterland House / Shaun Lockyer Architects - 25
Image 25 of 35 from gallery of Hinterland House / Shaun Lockyer Architects. Photograph by Scott Burrows Photography