2018 results

Krakani Lumi
by Taylor and Hinds Architects

The language of Krakani Lumi is derived from the siting, form and qualities of the traditional seasonal shelters of Tasmania’s first peoples.

This context and the notion of the storytelling interior is an important conceptual foundation for the work. The telling of the creation is an initiation into the spiritual and cultural interior of the landscape and the open spatiality of the traditional half dome form amplifies this experience within the larger room of the landscape.

Project: Krakani Lumi
Shortlisted for: Hospitality building


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