The striking architectural form of the blade-walled pavilions of the Farm House luxury residence stands out from the windswept landscape of its spectacular setting on the rolling coastal hills of Gerroa in New south Wales, Australia as if it were something moulded by the force of nature. The sprawling two-winged vacation property cleverly merges with the landscape as a monolithic and texturally rich statement that subtly blends into its grassy surrounds.
Carefully detailed and finely finessed, the intrinsic design of the residence was to create a natural structural form that appears as if it were embedded into the landscape rather than an exposed outcrop. With a vision that was pure and unwavering, the result is a home comprised of a series of four pavilions that combine seamless interior and exterior spaces with a backdrop of stunning linear architecture and a courtyard exposed to panoramic views to match.
As stated, this house is a sophisticated exploration of the courtyard form. It harnesses the experience of an outstandingly beautiful site, offering shelter and a variety of spatial experiences to fundamentally enhance the well being of its occupants.
|Lot||2,265,000 sq. ft. (210,423.63 m²)|
|Land||52.00 acres (21.04 hectares)|
|Address||75 Crooked River Rd, Gerroa NSW 2534, Australia|
|State||New South Wales|
|Architect||Fergus Scott Architecture|