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What more could you want in an outdoor living space, a 12m swimming pool, spa pool, pool pavilion, and tennis court........all built into a undiluting back drop of the Clevedon Scenic Reserve. Tranquillity and privacy is in abundance. The space was designed around the existing house which has a traditional expression, stone clad with a hipped corrugated iron roof. Sitting central on the levelled hill top surrounded by lawn and driveway, it was important to create a dynamic relationship between the old and new and to provide not only an architectural edge, but also an amazing space for the growing family. The pavilion's opens up into an amazing indoor or outdoor living space, allowing for the ever changing weather. The dialog between old and new is set up by contrasting the form and fabric of the new pavilion with the existing house. The new pavilion has a flat roofed structure with walls, sheathed in a taught filigree timber skin thereby forming a counterpoint to the massive crenulated bulk of the existing stone clad building. A language of steel and concrete structural elements in the pavilion assists in achieving the desired ethereal nature of the new architecture. The gabion walls are employed as a landscaping element to define, delineate and undersling the new pavilion.

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What more could you want in an outdoor living space, a 12m swimming pool, spa pool, pool pavilion, and tennis court........all built into a undiluting back drop of the Clevedon Scenic Reserve. Tranquillity and privacy is in abundance. The space was designed around the existing house which has a traditional expression, stone clad with a hipped corrugated iron roof. Sitting central on the levelled hill top surrounded by lawn and driveway, it was important to create a dynamic relationship between the old and new and to provide not only an architectural edge, but also an amazing space for the growing family. The pavilion's opens up into an amazing indoor or outdoor living space, allowing for the ever changing weather. The dialog between old and new is set up by contrasting the form and fabric of the new pavilion with the existing house. The new pavilion has a flat roofed structure with walls, sheathed in a taught filigree timber skin thereby forming a counterpoint to the massive crenulated bulk of the existing stone clad building. A language of steel and concrete structural elements in the pavilion assists in achieving the desired ethereal nature of the new architecture. The gabion walls are employed as a landscaping element to define, delineate and undersling the new pavilion.

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Clevedon Estate

What more could you want in an outdoor living space, a 12m swimming pool, spa pool, pool pavilion, and tennis court........all built into a undiluting back drop of the Clevedon Scenic Reserve. Tranquillity and privacy is in abundance. The space was designed around the existing house which has a traditional expression, stone clad with a hipped corrugated iron roof. Sitting central on the levelled hill top surrounded by lawn and driveway, it was important to create a dynamic relationship between the old and new and to provide not only an architectural edge, but also an amazing space for the growing family. The pavilion's opens up into an amazing indoor or outdoor living space, allowing for the ever changing weather. The dialog between old and new is set up by contrasting the form and fabric of the new pavilion with the existing house. The new pavilion has a flat roofed structure with walls, sheathed in a taught filigree timber skin thereby forming a counterpoint to the massive crenulated bulk of the existing stone clad building. A language of steel and concrete structural elements in the pavilion assists in achieving the desired ethereal nature of the new architecture. The gabion walls are employed as a landscaping element to define, delineate and undersling the new pavilion.

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