Gallery featuring images of the contemporary, natural material Hinterland House, a project designed by Shaun Lockyer Architects.
Welcome to our gallery showcasing the gorgeous, natural Hinterland House, a project designed by Shaun Lockyer Architects.
Standing in the The Hinterland House takes its inspiration from the stunning ridge lines surrounding the site, as well as the vertical rhythm of the towering eucalypts occurring naturally throughout the landscape.
The solid hardwood construction, along with soft hues reflecting the colors of the mountains, long country veranda, and trussed internal spaces create a relaxed atmosphere allowing for effortless occupation.
The design allows many of the interior spaces to open to the environment, blending the landscape with the home.
The rich mixture of natural materials combines with striking, contemporary style for a unique hybrid home. The project nods toward the past and the natural surroundings while standing proudly progressive.
By embracing the legacy of the Australian colonial idyll in a contemporary reinterpretation, the elegant yet charmingly utilitarian farmhouse is simultaneously fragile and monumental, truly capturing the spirit of the place.
We hope you’ll enjoy this special feature of Shaun Lockyer Architects Hinterland House!
Seen from the rear, we witness the expansive veranda, replete with hardwood flooring and an extensive set of dining and relaxing furniture. The large sliding window to the right opens the kitchen to the outdoors.
Exterior is flush with arrays of full height windows, allowing for extensive natural light and views in any part of the home.
A lengthy veranda runs the length of the home, connected to various interior rooms via sliding glass doors along the way. With a large overhanging roof, shade and protection from the elements is provided.
With this wide angle view of the entire structure, we see the lightweight aluminum roof looming over the lengthy veranda and series of windows and glass doors allowing fresh air and light into the home.
Next to the extended patio space at the end of the home, we see the kitchen, fully opened to the elements via massive sliding glass panels.
Moving back to the rear of the home, we catch a glimpse of the large sliding window that opens over the kitchen countertop. Rich stone construction creates a solid anchor for the hardwood and aluminum structure.
The sprawling structure stands surrounded by eucalypts and undulating landscape. The rich natural wood and stone textures make the home of-a-piece with its environment.
Here we have a distant shot of the home at dusk, lit from inside and glowing beneath the extensive roof shelter.
The home, equipped with massive veranda and a sprawling landscape, is perfect for those seeking an outdoor lifestyle. It’s also perfect for four legged companions.
Rustic textures complement the modern-styled natural construction. Timber slats allow for diffuse lighting and fresh air here.
Here we see the extensive veranda cleared of all but one table and ornate rocking chair, accentuating the natural simplicity of this minimalist build.
Looking over the granite countertop of the kitchen, we see a container garden and lawn through large scale sliding glass window. Built-in shelving and natural wood cabinetry are some of the highlights here.
The bathroom features a large pedestal tub beneath full heigh windows, standing on large format tile flooring. Rich wood vanity with vessel sink features a frameless mirror mounted on stone backsplash.
With a walk-in shower and sleek wood bench and drying racks, the bathroom is fully equipped with interesting, thematically cohesive details.
Surrounded by towering eucalypts and an undulating landscape, the natural-material modern home fits in perfectly.
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