Hamilton House by Bull OSullivan Architecture

This is a beguiling house. The exterior of the low-slung building could hardly be more simple, but is also highly suggestive; the interior is relaxed, but the planning is also well-controlled. The casual cladding of corrugated iron alludes to Arrowtowns historic Chinese miners cottages, and also to the glacial activity that shaped the regional geology: the front entry might be read as a crevasse between two colliding forms.

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