- Architects: Solomon Troup Architects
- Location: Eganstown, Australia
- Lead Architects: Lachlan Troup, Beth Solomon
- Space: 195.zero m2
- Venture Yr: 2017
- Images: Tatjana Plitt
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- Structural Engineer: Colin McClelland & Friends
Textual content description equipped through the architects. Limerick Home is a modest addition to an current residing on a rural Victorian belongings. The brand new addition orientates the house in opposition to the expansive nation hillside perspectives, offering a connection to its surrounds no longer obvious within the current residing.
The type of the addition used to be impressed through the dilapidated bushes shearing sheds that inhabit the native space. Those lean-to constructions impressed the design of Limerick Area, each in shape and subject material.
The outside of the addition is clad totally in noticed gum decking forums, stained black to fortify the resemblance the materiality of the dilapidated shearing sheds. The ageing of the bushes because it silvers off will additional fortify this resemblance.
Silvertop ash lining forums have been used widely internally to distinction the darkish, bushes clad external, and to inspire the standard perception of a heat wintry weather weekend cabin.
The gabled type of the addition responds to the prevailing pitched roofs of the prevailing area. The brand new addition has the similar dimensions and form as the prevailing 3 railway cottages used to construct the prevailing area, however is sloped at the jap boundary to create a doorway, used to hyperlink the home to every other current area at the belongings.
Set on a big plot of rural land, the prevailing area used to be insular and failed to answer the expansive perspectives of the encircling panorama.
The brand new addition sought to take advantage of those alternatives through expanding the dwellings reference to its surrounds. Two massive metal doorways serve in wintry weather to border the view of the undulating nation hillside, while in summer season they are able to be opened to permit the inner areas to change into an extension of the out of doors space.