residential

osborne house
portsea

The two pavilions of Osborne House are cut into the gentle slope characterising this coastal site. The brick- and glass-walled pavilions cradle a pebbled courtyard, its microclimate enabling the simply landscaped space to become a tranquil external room. In an elevated planter, a single Melaleuca tree rises above the courtyard’s walls, hinting at the intimate relationship the house advances between interior and exterior.
McGlashan Everist Pty Ltd Architects
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