We’ve featured Archier before. They have a distinct style and are gaining accolades quicker than we can show off their work.
This project, named Five Yards in Howra, Tasmania, features full walls of double glazing and a restrained materials palette that strengthens the connection between inside and out. “Even in the depths of winter the high thermal performance of the building creates a pleasant environment without the need of the log fire” says Archier.
Victorian Ash and Tasmanian Oak were used to line the walls and ceilings.
“The interspersed courtyards and highly operable glazing will in turn cool the spaces with natural ventilation in summer” they say.
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