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Australia

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Located on the northern end of the Sunshine Coast, set in wallum woodland near Lake Weyba, the house is three single story blocks with steep skillion roofs opening northwards. A pavilion for living, one a wash house and the third for sleeping. The pavilions are lighter towards the top and folded steel cladding wraps around the base.

A wonderful house of extraordinary design, Gabriel and Elizabeth Poole collaborated to create a place which is empathetic of both the inhabitants and the environment in which the house sits.

With considered sustainable design and high functionality, this home speaks of a specific architectural style, of light, and of openness to the unique surrounding landscape.

‘I am involved in the romance of design — practical and functional but with the potential for an emotional connection. A good building system can help you into a lovely environment and create a space where the soul can play,’ Gabriel Poole.

NOTE: No wheelchair access.

If you are unable to attend this event please cancel your ticket or advise us via email - info@sunshinecoastopenhouse.com.au - as soon as possible so we can offer your place to someone else.

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Australia

Organiser Sunshine Coast Open House

Organiser of Lake Weyba House

Sunshine Coast Open House is a free community event which offers rare behind-the-scenes access to the Sunshine Coast’s best buildings ranging from private homes, corporate buildings, heritage treasures and sustainable spaces. Enjoy meeting the people who design, build and preserve these buildings and celebrate the region’s unique history, architecture and built form. The fourth annual Sunshine Coast Open House on Saturday 23 and Sunday 24 October will feature 25 historic and contemporary buildings stretching from Caloundra to Pomona and the Hinterland. Sunshine Coast Open House is part of the Open House Worldwide network, founded by Open House London more than 25 years ago and now in 40+ cities around the world.

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