Terrey Hills House
This is an exciting project on a beautiful site. The property is 5 acres in a long rectangular shape sloping down to the north with great views over Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park. The house is proposed as a series of narrow pavilions stepping down the site to maximise northern aspect and views from all areas. The main pavilion stretches across the centre of the site. It is roofed by elegant and slightly convex skillion roofs allowing views over from the upper sections of the site. The smaller pavilions are subservient to the main in form and material. This includes the garage structure which is built into the site allowing the landscape to continue over it. While views are predominantly distant, each building also looks back into smaller contained landscaped spaces for added interest and relationship to the site.