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Mindalong_Jane Brook WA

A Workshop

Photographs by Luke Carter Wilton

The Mindalong House occupies a semi-rural block on the edge of John Forrest National Park, at the base of the Darling Scarp in Western Australia. Views of the horizon, punctuated by existing granite rock formations and scattered trees, penetrate to the heart of the central living spaces. Two shed-like wings surround the communal gathering area, conceived as a ‘cathedral of light’. The timber decks exist at the threshold, and extend from these dispersed living spaces, allowing access throughout the building. The communal gathering area breathes through two passive light towers, regulating the internal climate. The poetics of Mindalong House are a strong shed with sculptural entrance by day and a series of light boxes in the landscape by night. 

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