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The Outback Legacy of the Hinterland House in Queensland, Australia

Posted on 02 April, 2018 by Samuel
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Shaun Lockyer Architects have designed a house in rural Queensland, Australia that feels as if it was part of the outback.

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The Hinterland House perfectly recreates the Australian colonial idyll.

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A deep porch extends the full length, past living, dining, bathing and sleeping rooms.

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Simultaneously fragile and monumental, the home truly captures the spirit of the place.

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The plan is as simple and clear as an isolated Australian railway station.

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At the far end is the master bedroom.

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At the center of the line of rooms, a serene bathroom juts out into the porch but is surrounded by plantings for privacy.

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The house is set on a slight slope with parking above.

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A two step stair extends the entire length of the porch and wraps around on both ends.

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The house also has suggestions of a farm shed in the outback.

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Its high roof of corrugated metal is exposed underneath like a utilitarian sheep shearing shed.

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The elegant contemporary reinterpretation is charmingly utilitarian.

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A lonely colonial outpost with a certain retro charm.


 

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 architecture

Shaun Lockyer Architects have designed a house in rural Queensland, Australia that feels as if it was part of the outback.

 architecture

The Hinterland House perfectly recreates the Australian colonial idyll.

 architecture

A deep porch extends the full length, past living, dining, bathing and sleeping rooms.

 architecture

Simultaneously fragile and monumental, the home truly captures the spirit of the place.

71 architecture

The plan is as simple and clear as an isolated Australian railway station.

 architecture

At the far end is the master bedroom.

 architecture

At the center of the line of rooms, a serene bathroom juts out into the porch but is surrounded by plantings for privacy.

 architecture

The house is set on a slight slope with parking above.

 architecture

A two step stair extends the entire length of the porch and wraps around on both ends.

 architecture

The house also has suggestions of a farm shed in the outback.

 architecture

Its high roof of corrugated metal is exposed underneath like a utilitarian sheep shearing shed.

 architecture

The elegant contemporary reinterpretation is charmingly utilitarian.

 architecture

A lonely colonial outpost with a certain retro charm.

  • Tweet

 architecture

Shaun Lockyer Architects have designed a house in rural Queensland, Australia that feels as if it was part of the outback.

 architecture

The Hinterland House perfectly recreates the Australian colonial idyll.

 architecture

A deep porch extends the full length, past living, dining, bathing and sleeping rooms.

 architecture

Simultaneously fragile and monumental, the home truly captures the spirit of the place.

71 architecture

The plan is as simple and clear as an isolated Australian railway station.

 architecture

At the far end is the master bedroom.

 architecture

At the center of the line of rooms, a serene bathroom juts out into the porch but is surrounded by plantings for privacy.

 architecture

The house is set on a slight slope with parking above.

 architecture

A two step stair extends the entire length of the porch and wraps around on both ends.

 architecture

The house also has suggestions of a farm shed in the outback.

 architecture

Its high roof of corrugated metal is exposed underneath like a utilitarian sheep shearing shed.

 architecture

The elegant contemporary reinterpretation is charmingly utilitarian.

 architecture

A lonely colonial outpost with a certain retro charm.


 

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