Located in Barwon Heads, Auhaus Architecture has renovated a tiny weatherboard beach shack to a semi-permanent residence and a holiday house for extended family, and added a new guest pavilion that linked by a timber deck.
Architects: Auhaus Architecture
Location: Barwon Heads, Victoria, Australia
Photographs: Courtesy of Auhaus Architecture
The existing timber framing was retained and reconditioned where usable, combined with new timber framing forming two gabled pavilion structures nested amongst twisted ti trees.
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Inspiration from architect:
Light and space are amplified within the original floor area by exaggerating the height of the gabled roof form and opening up the interiors with cathedral ceilings. Ancient tea trees surrounding the deck create a sculptural focal point for both pavilions and act in counterpoint to the strong geometry of the house.