Headland House by Atelier Andy Carson in New South Wales, Australia
undertaking: Headland HouseArchitects: place: New South Wales, AustraliaArea: four,305 squareftPhotographs by: Michael Nicholson
The Headland house is located along a patch of inexperienced pasture that overlooks Werri beach in New South Wales, Australia. It turned into designed via as a shape that consists of 3 separate pavilions, constrained by way of a private courtyard.the house is positioned on a plot sandwiched among the picturesque shoreline on one aspect and huge arching cliffs on the other. the main idea of its layout become to seize the beautiful perspectives that the website has get entry to to, as a sequence of framed glimpses. Its interior has a as an alternative unique layout designed to decorate the thematic go with the flow of each separate location.
A response to the dramatic 150 acre site wherein a ridge connects the Illawarra escarpment to the ocean.
Extruded volumes wrap round a covered courtyard, at the same time as fingers at every end cantilever towards precise framed ocean and rural views.
The Werri head land and several acres of the site’s japanese boundary have been given to the network permitting public get admission to to the headland, foreshore and very last connection of the Gerringong to Kiama Coast walk.