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Believe it or not, this NSW South Coast spectacle is a young couple's unbelievable holiday home designed by Fergus Scott Architecture. Perched on a ridgeline amongst a sweeping landscape of lush, European-esque rolling hills, the property meets it end on dramatic cliffs and its views are dotted with gorgeous yellow-sand beaches. The structure offers total immersion in these beautiful surroundings, while designed specifically to brace occupants from the harsh weather such a location is exposed to on the ridgeline.
The client, Fergus explains, wished for a uniquely large yet domestically scaled house that "didn't impose itself on the site but was integrated with it" in the style of a "non-hierarchical and egalitarian accommodation." The end result of such a brief has been dubbed 'The Farm.'
The space, requested to accommodate up to 30 guests comfortably, sits across single-story, blade-walled pavilions designed to reflect the powerful winds experienced on the coastline. Inside you'll find eight north-facing dwellings with ensuites, a lounge room and laundry are housed in two symmetrical private pavilions. On the lower level sits a glass-walled public pavilion, designed as the residence's communal gathering place. To the north, there's an expansive deck & viewing platform, a barbecue pit to its left, and courtyard and pool to the south.
Marvel at the stunning architecture in the gallery below.
Images courtesy of Fergus Scott Architects.