• Garangula

    a bold intervention The proposal was for a new guesthouse and private gallery, a bold intervention in the landscape that avoided the common notions of the 'country garden' or 'Aussie shed'. Rather it opted for new and less predictable ways of relating to the grandeur of the Australian landscape. The concept involved a strong linear element emerging from the ground. The other end, buried, leads into a series of underground caverns creating a mysterious waterscape as a backdrop for the display of contemporary art.
    Client: Undisclosed Location: Southern NSW, Australia Partners: Terragram Pty Ltd  Status: Concept, 2007 Images and Drawings: CEA