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Mona Lane

Contemporary off-form concrete multi-level home situated on the river at Brunswick Heads, NSW. Expansive roof garden surrounds the upper-level section of the residence. Architect: Harley Graham Architects @hga.architects

Bonnie’s Lighthouse

Bonnie's Lighthouse overlooks Tallow beach with a direct view of Byron Bay Lighthouse. The structure has a first level constructed of off-form concrete and masonry. The main level is concrete with the external areas honed and slightly exposed stone to a salt and pepper finish.

St Helena

Rammed Earth and Timber clad multi level residence set into the hillside above Byron Bay. The house has been excavated into a steep site creating a four level family home that is layered into the hillside. Each level has a rammed earth wall to the



A three pavilion structure located in the erosion zone of Byron Shire. The structure is designed to be removed in sections via the steel portal frames that make up the structure if the erosion line ever extends to the building line. The residence is designed


Kingsley Street

Kingsley Street is a multi level large bungalow situated in the original township of Byron Bay. Constructed entirely of timber including an outdoor pool and cabana. A guest house at the rear of the site completes this grand property. The weatherboard structure has colourbond roofing