Little Big House in Tasmania by Room 11 architects
Located upon the eastern slopes of Mount Wellington, the Little Big House is a boxy dwelling that stacked at the undulating terrain. It’s just a box.
Created by Australian architecture studio Room 11, the facades cladding in wood and the big glass curtain facing the garden.
Architects: Thomas Bailey & Megan Baynes / Room 11 architects
Location: Fern tree, Tasmania, Australia
Photography: Ben Hosking
Inspiration from architect:
The house, on a vacant lot between established houses and gardens, is defensive and diagrammatic. Tucked carefully between cadastral constraints and a magnificent birch tree, the footprint has been kept deliberately small.