Gallery: Off-Grid Hill Plain House Showcases Raw Material in a Sophisti...

 
Situated on a windswept plain near Victoria, Australia, this seemingly modest off-grid house is a treasure trove of sustainable design that settles into the landscape every bit as well as the local barns that inspired it. Delicately placed on the site, the home’s integrated water, heating and solar electrical systems allow for self-sufficiency without sacrifice. The project's standout qualities are highlighted by the eclectic use ofmaterials -- steel, concrete, and reclaimed wood -- which helped Wolveridge Architects rope three major awards at the 2011 Australian Interior Design Awards.

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  1. jenmal April 17, 2013 at 9:38 am

    I totally love this truly Australian design, what a beautiful feel.

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