Stirling Residence, Australian Japanese contemporary architecture

Adelaide Hills timber home of ageless beauty

An early hands-on creation, a split-level house with Australian Japanese contemporary architecture influences.

It’s poetic beauty is expressed through loftiness, light and shadow; intricately woven view lines; exposed wool store timbers; garden spaces and decks; sunken dining area and main bed structure; a central open fireplace; and sculptural configuration of spaces and connections.

Project Location:

Stirling, Adelaide Hills, SA