This contemporary fishing shack aims to relate the occupant to the natural context, drawing from its surroundings, morphing into the Australian landscape and providing selected views of the land and sea.
The design embodies subtle moments, nooks and connections from interior to exterior. The space offers a medium between private and open moments, enabling flexible dwelling, from communal living areas, private sleeping quarters and a mud shack. Essentially, the house is primarily about the juxtaposition between built and natural form, textures and experience.
Lake Pedder, Tasmania