green magazine • Documentary, 01-Oct-2020
The Tree House is hidden within a shared bushland valley sited on steep topography in Bayview on Sydney’s Northern Beaches. Due to the high level bushfire threat, it is clad in 3mm sheet Corten steel and skirted by suspended galvanised steel grated walkways and decks.
Architects – Matt Elkan, Daina Cunningham
Landscape Architect – Lindy Hulton Larson
2019 MBA NSW Winner New House
2020 NSW Architecture Awards 'commendation' - Residential Architecture Houses
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