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Silva Hindmarch House

Tasmania, Australia
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The building sits tightly on the 387m contour spanning between the exotic garden of the neighbour to the South and the Tasmanian alpine bush to the North. The spanning between these two gardens is linked via a block spine wall retaining the mountain and enclosing the interior.

The finishes are rough and exposed, utilising off- the shelf building materials.

The form was driven by the concept of a large rectangular shed with voids removed to emphasise entrance, balcony and roof.

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  1. Archdaily
vanessafralves, June 12th, 2013
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