Built by Wilson Marble bench top and splashback with dark tiles and wooden cupboards
On a gentle rise looking toward the distant Victorian coastline sits a timber-clad building, clearly contemporary yet so thoughtfully designed that it resonates in tune with its natural setting. While the elevations are consistent, calling to mind the unmistakable silhouette of a rural barn, the project by Tom Robertson Architects actually consists of two pavilions that mirror each other, joined by a central breezeway.
Playful and minimal, orbs of light cluster around a square metal beam as if some unseen magnetism were at work. Hand-blown glass spheres are finely etched inside while maintaining a clear glossy sheen on the outside. The result is a pleasing diffusion of
In the 1950s, when motor tourism was all the rage, no-frills roadside motels reigned supreme. However, it’s safe to say that since then, travelers' expectations have changed. Now, where you stay has become as much as the vacation as the destination itself. Big, chain hotels certainly serve their purpose, but for the adventurer who’s looking for a bit of personality in their accommodations, renovated motels are where it’s at.In these updated spaces scattered across the country, you’ll find…