Tree Pavilions

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The ‘Tree Pavilions’ provide a small home for a retired couple on the outskirts of Lobethal. The site is part of a community subdivision created in the mid 2000’s, featuring several clusters of indigenous stringy bark trees and has a 1 in 4 slope across the property.

Being on the outskirts of the township, the views to the north and west are of the rolling pastures of the adjoining farmland.

The site of the house was juggled between the existing stringy bark trees with only one large pine tree (introduced species) being removed to suit the pavilion arrangement. Due to the slope of the land and the desire to minimise the impact on the site, the residence is comprised of two independent pavilions perpendicular to each other suspended abo…

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