Glass house to see through to serenity

Vickii Byram
By Vickii Byram
Updated December 18 2021 - 3:36am, first published 1:30am

HOUSE DESIGN

Here's the serenity: Completely open to the stunning landscape, the Koonya Pavilion might take some getting used to for some. However, it is meant as a retreat for the property owner, separate from the main dwelling. Inspiration for the client's writing comes from the amazing vista. Fully self contained, the pavilion could also serve as guest accommodation.

Located on the rugged Tasman Peninsula, the Koonya Pavilion is recognised internationally as a uniquely Tasmanian response to the great glass houses of history.

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Vickii Byram

Vickii Byram

Group Contributed Content Journalist

I have been a journalist with Port News for six years, specialising in entertainment, community, social and event stories. My previous experience is in the marketing, publicity and advertising fields.

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