Shortlisted for the Living Space category in the INDE.Awards for 2019, Habitus favourite Lune de Sang Pavillion by CHROFI will hit television screens this Sunday as part of Australia by Design (ABD). Bringing the Indesign Media Asia Pacific brand to the screen, this multi-generational design will go in the running to be announced as the winner of the ABD Architecture series.
Nestled in the Byron Bay hinterland, the Lune de Sang Pavilion epitomises sustainability and connection to place. Drawing inspiration from the surrounding rainforest of slow growing hardwoods, this multi-generational project is built to last, with evolution and consideration at the centre of the CHROFI brief. A home built from five buildings, the Pavilion offers both public and private spaces, offering a communal home with hints of a private retreat.
Designed to weather and wear with time, each building is crafted from concrete and stone and emerges from the landscape like forgotten ruins. As the seasons pass, the building will melt into its surrounds, becoming part of the forest from which it was inspired.
Unique in nature and appearance, the Australia by Design: Architecture series will invite you into the project, exploring the Lune de Sang Pavilion like never before. Discover the story behind the project and lose yourself in the details that make this space unlike any other.
Catch the program this Sunday 11 August at 3:00pm, only on 10 and the WIN Network.