This remote site is surrounded by lush bushland, with sweeping views of Kangaroo Valley. The extension is a carefully crafted, independent volume, with a bridge connection to the original copper-clad house. Cream coloured bricks, with copper highlights, feature throughout to create bespoke details and patterns. The cream coloured bricks emphasise the architectural design concept of refined yet robust pavilion, that emerges from the natural rock shelf. A refined palette of building materials: off-form concrete, face brickwork, copper and timber, are left exposed for their inherent beauty and texture. The external skin forms the internal lining. The planning celebrates the site’s location + lush bushland setting.