Paloma House Tour by Veron Hay

Paloma House Tour by Veron Hay

Set against the backdrop of the lush New South Wales countryside, Paloma House is ideally located on a hilltop in the Kangaroo Valley, with long views of the local national park. The clients, a Sydney-based couple looking for a second home, love gardening, horses and the great outdoors, and are big fans of Tadao Ando and minimalist architecture. Their search for the right creative mind to help them realize their dream led them to New Zealand studio Fearon Hay.

Fearon Hay first appeared on Wallpaper* 22 years ago when the then-nascent studio was featured in the 2001 Architects Directory. Since then, the Oakland- and (now also) Los Angeles-based firm, founded by Tim Hay and Jeff Fearon, has gained 1998, established himself as an expert on minimalism in the 21st century. Designing extraordinary homes in stunning landscapes is one of the practice’s key strengths and a large part of the duo’s shared portfolio and experience, something the owners of Paloma House have made the most of.

The soft nature contrasts with the strong simple lines of the home

(Image credit: Rory Gardiner)

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