Wirra Willa Pavilion | By Matthew Woodward Architecture

by Andrew Smith April 15, 2019

Wirra Willa Pavilion | By Matthew Woodward Architecture

  The Wirra Willa Pavillion  

The Wirra Willa Pavilion is a modern glass and sandstone structure on the edge of a natural dam. This stunning piece of architecture is separate from the main residence and provides a place to experience the beautifully established landscaping and luxurious natural environment.  This rural property is made up of two rectangular prisms containing a bathroom, kitchen area, internal and external storage. The space offers multiple living arrangements including spa which is reached by removing timber panels in the floor. Overall the structure shines with elegance and fits comfortably into the remarkable surroundings.

Design  Matthew Woodward Architecture
Location  Somersby, NSW, Australia
Team  Matthew Woodward, Benjamin White
Builders  Cochran Constructions
Photographer  Murray Fredericks

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Andrew Smith
Andrew Smith


I am a Creative Director living and working in New Zealand, I have a special interest in travel and landscape photography, I also produce presets for Adobe Lightroom.

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