Gallery: Low-Impact Bryden House is a Sustainable Haven for Contemplati...

Located in a small clearing of a dense sub-tropical rainforest in the northern part of Queensland’s Sunshine Coast Hinterland is the low-impact Bryden House. Designed for a single client with a passion for books and a significant art collection, BVN Architecture in collaboration with Daniel R Fox Architects worked to create this single level home which pays respect to the surrounding environment. Simply furnished to highlight the client's collections, the Bryden House is a sustainable masterpiece featuring rainwater collection, solar energy harvesting, its own water treatment system and low energy use.

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  1. drada dobluth July 6, 2011 at 11:49 pm

    “The small house serves as the client’s retreat…” You have to love our great country of Australia and its twisted interpretation of small. Suburban butter blocks are averaging between 300 and 400 m2 for $300k+. So what planet is BVN Architecture from again?

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