Situated on seven hectares in Red Hill, on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula, Sybil is a place for gatherings, which consists of several separate buildings placed across the expansive site. The old ‘chook’ house has be re-imagined by Templeton Architecture and is now home to guest rooms, rumpus room, and workshop, to the former cottage with the main bedroom and kitchen, the arrangement is joined by a new extension between the two buildings. In this way, the new architecture marks a meeting point between old and new, integrating each older building to create a unified whole. The simple rammed-earth building by enhances a minimalist lifestyle with its natural materiality of earth, hand-finished oak, and soft textiles.
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