En Tasmanie, le cabinet d’architecture australien Heffernan Button Voss Architects signe la Trial Bay House, une élégante maison de bois et de béton, aux ouvertures évidées sur des vues imprenables.
À propos par James Jones – HBV Architects :
« The project involved complete reorganisation of an existing dwelling and the addition of a new living room, veranda, courtyard and garage. Located at Trial Bay overlooking the D’Entrecasteaux Channel, the ‘Channel Room’ as it is now called is like an abstraction of a cinematographer’s camera, whereby the apertures have been adjusted to subject, view, and light.
The new architecture departs from the existing ‘holes in walls’ masonry character by achieving the duality of being extroverted and open to the landscape, yet being solid, strong and robust. An embedded idea is the creation of a pattern of continuous space and circulation, as a metaphor for the landscape itself. »
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