Lake Weyba House by Gabriel and Elizabeth Poole (1996)
Lake Weyba House is located on the Sunshine Coast near the western end of Lake Weyba. Created by Gabriel and Elizabeth Poole in 1996 this house is an Australian exemplar in lightweight and environmentally responsive housing.
A series of three pavilions, originally Gabriel Poole designed this residence for himself and his wife Elizabeth. They needed an office for their work as well as somewhere to cool off in summer. The rooms are arranged so as to be highly functional. Each pavilion has a structural framework consisting of a “series of steel portals” spaced 2.4 metres apart.
With considered sustainable design and high functionality, this home speaks of a specific architectural style, of light, and of openness to the unique surrounding landscape.
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