Freycinet Lodge Coastal Pavilions by Liminal Studio

Liminal Studio has designed curved Freycinet Lodge Coastal Pavilions. Nestled among the trees in Freycinet National Park, Tasmania, Australia, the pavilions were opened in March 2018. You can book your stay here.

The form and spatial relationships take their cue from the coastal granite rock formations that dominate the edge of the waterfront – responding to the smooth, rounded and beautiful forms. The Coastal Pavilions consist of a living pod and bed pod that form an embrace, reminiscent of Honeymoon Bay, protecting the outdoor deck and offering privacy to the outdoor bath.

The exterior protective shell is made of durable hardwood that is charred – providing ember protection in the bush context, while also increasing the longevity of the timber and ensuring the Pavilions are visually discreet, providing a recessive backdrop to the natural vegetation and stunning, filtered water views.

— Liminal Studio



Photographs by Dianna Snape, Alastair Bett
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