The project is an architecture of a linear pathway where journey is spatially defined by a series of unfolding spaces.......... It deals with spatial narrative as a combination of the memory of the place where one has just passed through in comparison to the expectation of what might be next To further accentuate the linearity, the exterior of the house is encased in horizontal spotted gum cladding, expressed steel beams, as well as sliding timber slats screens. Therefore the house is conceived as a linear timber pavilion with a double-storey concrete masonry spine wall running in parallel to the depth of the site. The same timber cladding are also being used in the interior to compliment the exterior, and to create the sense of outdoor environment.
Author: Albert Mo, Director, Architects EAT