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thecollectibles:Art by Eugene Korolev

Stonehawke House by Base Architecture

Base Architecture designed the Stonehawke House in Brisbane, Australia. Project description Recently developed there are 29 lots in total, each benefitting from a sensitive approach to the surrounds. From natural overland flow and stormwater control to Flora and Fauna friendly fencing this enclave of lots invite the inhabitants in. Of the 29 lots, 5 (including Lot 16), have many constraints and covenants attached aimed at protecting the micro climate of that particular site. Lot 16 is wedged into the side of a hill and nestled into a large parcel of heavily wooded environmentally protected land. This charred box protrudes horizontally like fallen lumber. Solidly grounded into the site, the body of the house wraps itself around an ‘out of ground off form concrete pool’ that also reflects the charred timber in its internal finish. Having such organic and raw materials in the natural surrounds of sandstone rockwork and various species of native tall trees it was import

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