Headland House by Atelier Andy Carson in New South Wales, Australia
task: Headland HouseArchitects: region: New South Wales, AustraliaArea: four,305 squareftPhotographs through: Michael Nicholson
The Headland residence is positioned alongside a patch of inexperienced pasture that overlooks Werri seaside in New South Wales, Australia. It become designed with the aid of as a structure that includes 3 separate pavilions, confined with the aid of a non-public courtyard.the house is placed on a plot sandwiched between the picturesque shoreline on one aspect and massive arching cliffs on the other. the principle idea of its design become to capture the stunning views that the site has get right of entry to to, as a chain of framed glimpses. Its indoors has a rather particular format designed to decorate the thematic drift of each separate vicinity.
A response to the dramatic 150 acre website online in which a ridge connects the Illawarra escarpment to the sea.
Extruded volumes wrap around a covered courtyard, while arms at every give up cantilever in the direction of particular framed ocean and rural views.
The Werri head land and several acres of the web site’s japanese boundary were given to the community allowing public get admission to to the headland, foreshore and very last connection of the Gerringong to Kiama Coast walk.