Architecture Design landscape Residential

Place to Day Dream by Tony Hobba Architects

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Location: Victoria, Australia
Year: 2013



Architects: Tony Hobba Architects
Photography © Rory Gardiner



Over looking Bass Straight, this large residential project sits quietly in the landscape, barely visible.

The landscape was the driver for the design, with a stand of iron bark trees defining the form, scale, views, vista’s and materialality.
Six years in the making, completed in late 2013, with the landscape evolution a life long project for the owners, experimenting and trialling native species. The house sits simply and successfully as a component of this landscape.

Tony Hobba Architects


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Images courtesy of Tony Hobba Architects| © Rory Gardiner


Tony Hobba Architects


17 Domain Road, VIC

E. architecture@hobba.com

T. 03 52 646 908

M. 0419 870 537


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Tony Hobba Architects


 

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