Much like Invisible House, Pirramimma strikes a balanced response to the site, marrying the existing landscape with built form through material selection and an almost countersunk presence.
According to a video from project developers Yuncken, the client asked for a functional design that related very strongly to the garden and as is the norm with Stutchbury designs, project architects Nichole Darke and John Bohane responded with an open and airy space that appears reductive but is also highly detailed in its finishes.
The house is located in the lower part of the site and a substantial portion of the 748 sqm building was excavated into the ground and wholly contained within the footprint/external walls of the old
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