Designed with Nature in Mind: Bark Design

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Inspired Environment

This stunning two-bedroom studio designed by Bark Architects proves that big is not necessarily better.

Built for purpose, the new pavilion complements an original Quadropod house designed by Gabriel Poole in 1983, allowing the owner privacy as well as connection to the family home.

Oriented to take advantage of low winter sun with filtered ocean views through mature eucalypts, the studio remains connected to its surrounds and is both light-filled and light on the earth.

A central lightwell provides natural ventilation and light to enter the home and floor-to-ceiling glazing maintains a visual connection to the landscape.

The Outdoor Dining and Yoga Deck is maximised for morning meditation. 

Light, lean and responsive to the environment, this home is a perfect representation of the Bark design ethos. 

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