Drummond House

On the drawing board...

Set on an existing clearing on a volcanic hill near Daylesford, Drummond House is designed to create connections with the garden and frame views of the surrounding countryside. As a subtle subversion of the vernacular building typologies of the area, the design skews the standard pitched roof into an elongated and asymmetrical ‘L-shaped’ form. 

The design uses a low-maintenance material palette including black steel, charred hardwood, blackbutt batten ceilings, and locally produced bricks. Extruded frames of off-form concrete enclose a series of large openings in the north facade, creating deep shady reveals for glass sliding doors and window seats. 

Size        - 600m2
Location    - Drummond, Victoria
Year        - Construction due to commence 2020

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