The recent work of Room 11 studio overlooks Bruny island, an intriguing and fascinating setting in Tasmania.

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Photo by Ben Hosking

The house was conceived following the nature of the place, in fact the building, which presents stone exteriors, is inspired by the stone formations which can be found in the surrounding areas for centuries.

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Photo by Ben Hosking

The house is designed so that while it gets plenty of sunlight and beautiful views on the landscape, it also stays protected from the harsh winds and the overwhelming glare coming from the waters all around.

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Photo by Ben Hosking

The home is intended to be in connection with its surroundings, letting the inhabitants conciliate with the place.

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Photo by Ben Hosking

The house is totally conceived around dark, all-black hues on the interiors, capable of absorbing light and giving a modern turn to the spaces.

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Photo by Ben Hosking

The configuration of the house and its windows clearly tell the intent of putting the focus on precise elements of the landscapes framing them thanks to a game of overtures and perspectives.

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Photo by Ben Hosking