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Situated overlooking the Hawkesbury River Escarpment House is an inspiring Architectural achievement.

An innovative design, the distinctive structure was recognised in four categories at the 2011 Australian Timber Design Awards, including the coveted Recycled Timber Award.

This masterpiece, crafted by Timothy Moon Architects, showcases a wide range of Kennedy’s recycled timbers including Ironbark (structural posts and beams), Spotted Gum (roof lining) and Blackbutt (flooring and joinery).

The house is comprised of a series of linked timber and stone pavilions, located on the edge of a natural escarpment.

Each pavilion offers an outstanding view whilst interacting with its natural surrounding landscape.

A timber walkway leads over the escarpment along the tree tops to a separate room, which provides breathtaking views over the property and river beyond.

With much of the timber supplied salvaged from the Mackay Sugar Warehouse, this contemporary abode enjoys a unique history embedded in its design.

Located in a natural setting, laden with Kennedy’s recycled timber to complement its environment, Escarpment House provides a retreat rich in detail and character.

2011 Australian Timber Design Award 
Best Central Region ACT & NSW

2011 Australian Timber Design Award
Residential Class 1 New Buildings

2011 Australian Timber Design Award
Timber as a Structural Element

Timothy Moon 2011 Australian Timber Design Award
Architect | Timothy Moon 2011 Australian Timber Design Award | Recycled Timber

Ironbark – structural posts and beams
Spotted Gum – roof lining
Blackbutt – flooring and joinery

Salvaged from Mackay Sugar Warehouse

Timothy Moon Architects