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Mt Duneed House in Victoria

Low Maintenance Australian Residence: Home Extension design by Lachlan Shepherd Architects

2 Feb 2018

Mt Duneed House Extension

Architects: Lachlan Shepherd Architects

Location: Mt Duneed, Victoria, Australia

Mt Duneed House

Mt Duneed House

An honest, low-slung building, which sits sympathetically with its surroundings. Simply clad with corten steel and recycled timber, the home is positioned on the crest of a gentle hill and surrounded by paddocks with scattered trees.

Mt Duneed Home

Mount Duneed is a suburb of Geelong, Victoria. It is divided between the City of Greater Geelong and Surf Coast Shire local government areas.

Low Maintenance Australian Residence

Much of the locality north of Lower Duneed Road is part of the large Armstrong Creek Growth Area, which was opened up for urban development from 2010.

Mt Duneed Residence

Mt Duneed Residence Extension

Mt Duneed House Extension

Mt Duneed Home Extension

Mt Duneed House

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Victoria House by Lachlan Shepherd Architects

Northern orientation allows winter sunlight and warmth to penetrate through a series of large operable glazed panels, whilst in summer, large fixed eaves keep the hot summer sun at bay. The house has been designed to be practically “indestructible” in accordance with client requirements – resulting in an easy cleaning, low maintenance, robust dwelling.

Mt Duneed House by Lachlan Shepherd Architects New House by Lachlan Shepherd Architects

Photography: Ben Hosking

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Location: Mt Duneed, Victoria, Australia

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Sydney Fish Market Building
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