Night Sky of Blackheath wins Robin Boyd Award for residential architecture
Whenkeen radio astronomer and mathematician/engineer, Blackheath’s Basil Borun, asked for a home with a window to the night sky, he never expected it would be a national award winner.
But his 130 square metre home – Night Sky – with its oval skylight to the Milky Way, has recently taken out the prestigious Robin Boyd Award for Residential Architecture – Houses (New).
Designed by award winning Peter Stutchbury Architecture, it was built in two years by Glenbrook’s Mark Tam of Dimark Constructions with many local recycled materials and a stunning and unique parabola roof.https://www.bluemountainsgazette.com.au/story/7506966/eye-to-the-sky-blackheath-home-with-window-to-the-stars-wins-top-design-award/
Builder: Dimark Constructions
Architect: Peter Stutchbury Architecture
Photography Credits: All photos: Michael Nicholson.
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