Vintage viewfinders inspired this studio in Australia
“This little building is a soft gesture of curved timber sitting aloft, generously hugging an expansive view of The Hazards,” said Matt Williams Architects. “A place for quiet reflection, solitude and respite for our beautiful clients.”
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It’s a tiny home, a studio apartment and a refuge. Whatever you call it, Dolphin Sands Studio’s unique architecture along the Australian coastline was inspired by the shape of vintage slide viewfinders.
The clients, a couple of artists, are living in the tiny home until their main house is completed. At which point, the Dolphin Sands Studio will convert to a guest house for visitors. Located on Tasmania’s eastern coast, the home and the window placements are oriented to take in views of the surrounding Great Oyster Bay and Freycinet Peninsula.