Set into the tree line some 2km from the stunning d'Entrecasteaux Channel, Southern Tasmania. The design looked to create a pavillion with a deck pressing into the canopy of surrounding bushland, whilst optimising the arc of the sun. Open plan living is connected to smaller East facing bedrooms by a 'service wall'. Every part of the connecting circulation is utilised in conjunction with the service 'wall' to maximise space efficiency. All lit from the top by a linear roof light 'slot' that extends the whole length of the building. The living spaces have an open fire at their heart and they offer a tranquil space from which to view the Bruny Island Ferry metronome tick under Southern Ocean skies.