Wahgunyah House

Wahgunyah House

Waveroo Country




Surrounded by both bush and farmland views beyond, this unique style of home stands out for all the right reasons in a quiet rural Victorian town.

Our clients had a love of mid-century modern homes and a dream of living in one of their own. We took inspiration from this, designing a new home with light filled spaces, clean lines and joyful use of colour throughout.

We also wanted to open the house up to the surrounding landscape with views to the bush, farmland and mountain ranges to the East.

From the outset we worked hand in hand with our client to explore the themes and context of mid-century Modernism with regards to style, but more importantly, materiality and construction techniques.


We acknowledge the Bpangerang, Wiradjuri, Jaitmatang, Yorta Yorta and Waveroo people on whose country we work and create. ​We also acknowledge the Traditional Custodians throughout Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander lands where our projects are placed. We recognise their ongoing connection to Country, land and waters that were never ceded and pay our respects to Elders, past, present and emerging. Our Reconciliation Action Plan was developed with Reconciliation Australia and guides us on our reconciliation journey and that of our clients, collaborators and community. 

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Nominated Registered Architect — Phillip Nielsen

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