Rural Home of the Year 2021: Hill to Horizon House

3 June 2021

Hill to Horizon House by Studio Brick Architects and Lloyd Hartley Architects

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The 2021 Rural Home of the Year explores retreat and openness, gracefully unfolding between retired paddock and coastline. Beneath a pleated and folded form, it is a house of well balanced tensions: intense light and dark, intimacy and expanse; versatility and connection.

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