The structural envelope can be opened and closed to the elements.

Built by Archier Studio in Yackandandah, Australia with date Images by Ben Hosking . The Sawmill House uses large reclaimed one tonne blocks of reclaimed concrete which anchor it into the landscape and .

Weathered metal, worn timber and irregular concrete evoke the site's industrial heritage.

Weathered metal, worn timber and irregular concrete evoke the site's industrial heritage. Sawmill House by Archier Studio

Most of the lighting fixtures and furniture were designed and made by owner Ben Gilbert and Archier Studio.

The Sawmill House in Victoria, Australia by Archier: Melbourne-based design firm Archier has just revealed its latest project, taking to the sweeping sleepy Australian town of Yackandandah (Victoria, Aus.

Inside, a mix of brass, timber and overscale blocks of concrete combine with bespoke furniture.

Image 31 of 32 from gallery of SawMill House / Archier Studio. Photograph by Ben Hosking

The oversized blocks of discarded concrete effectively tie the house to its site, with a solidity that timber would not have provided.

Architects: Archier Studio Location: Yackandandah VIC Australia Client and Builder: Agency of Sculpture Project Year: 2014 Photographs: Ben Hosking


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