House at Big Hill by Kerstin Thompson Architects
by Ted Savage / November 16, 2012
Darkness and mass, evoking the comfort of shade and the mysteries of the cave, are the twin tickets for the House at Big Hill by Kerstin Thompson Architects, a home protected under the hot Australian sun in.


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Extensive blockwork, concrete floors, exposed timber, and black form ply ceilings achieve the effect, while the judicious use of full-length and picture-framed glazing in the triangular structure both integrate and separate the great outdoors. Via ArchDaily.

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