Kyneton House

Taking advantage of site cut made for an old tennis court, the Kyneton House occupies an unexpectedly flat spot within a steeply sloping hillside.

The house spreads out over the site in three wings - living, sleeping and services. The sleeping and services pods are made from heavyweight masonry that anchor the house to the site. In contrast, the main living area is constructed from lightweight timber and glass - giving this part of the building a sense of weightlessness and a strong connection to the surrounding parkland. 

Size        - 280m2
Location    - Kyneton, Victoria
Year        - 2020
Builders    - Dome Constructions
Photography - Dave Kulesza

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