Tanderra House by Sean Godsell
by Ted Savage / February 26, 2013
Set on a hilltop to maximize views, L-shaped and dug in to protect from prevailing winds, Tanderra House by Sean Godsell, located on Mornington Peninsula in Victoria, explores veranda space and the division between indoor and out, Australian style.


The operable outer skin controls shelter, ventilation and shade. Rooms are connected by covered terraces around the perimeter. Extensive insulation, a 100,000 liter rainwater reservoir, in-floor heating and cooling using reserved water, sewage water treatment for garden irrigation, and a solar array contribute to sustainability. Via ArchDaily. Photos by Earl Carter.


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