Split into two halves and offset, a simple vernacular building shape is transformed into two equal pavilions serving separate functions. The upper level houses the sleeping areas, whilst the lower level contains the kitchen, dining, and living spaces. The two forms are positioned parallel to each other, but are separated by a linkway and staircase just far enough to avoid overshadowing.
The material palette is minimal and raw from the outside, but warm and refined on the inside. Naturally fire-resistant Blackbutt is used for the exterior cladding and windows, and light-toned Birch Ply is used to line the interior walls and ceilings.